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WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

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1981-1985 



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1981 Annual 



Annual 
West Chowan 
Baptist Association 

North Carolina 



Minutes of the 
99th Annual Session 



WEST CHOWAN 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

North Carolina 

held with 

SEVERN BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday, October 20, 1981 

and 

JACKSON BAPTIST CHURCH 
Wednesday, October 21, 1981 

OFFICERS 



MODERATOR Robbie Parker 

VICE MODERATOR Nathan Copeland III 

CLERK Mrs. Henry Powell 

TREASURER Malcolm Bracy 

PARLIAMENTARIAN Bennie Pledger 

SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTOR Gerald K. Riggs 

CHURCH TRAINING DIRECTOR Franklin Stansbury 

W.M.U. DIRECTOR Mrs. Billy Harris 

MUSIC DIRECTOR Don Gobei 



The 1982 annual session will be held with: 

Creech Memorial Baptist Church, Tuesday, October 19, 1982 
Preacher, H.C. Boschen 
Alternate, Robbie Parker 

Earlys Baptist Church, Wednesday, October 20, 1982 
Preacher, James Langford 
Alternate, Cecil Harkey 

Bertie Union, Friday, April 30, 1982, Bethany Baptist Church 



Published 1982 by 
the Edmonds Printing Company 
Lawrenceville, Virginia 



Table of Contents 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 

General Officers 1 

Baptist State Convention Institutional Trustees 2 

Church Elected Lay Members of General Board 2 

Standing Committees 3 

Messengers 5 

Constitution 7 

PROCEEDINGS & REPORTS 12 

General Board Report 12 

Associational Treasurer's Report 13 

1982 Budget 14 

Evangelism Report 16 

Sunday School Report 16 

Church Training Report 17 

W.M.U. Report 18 

Church Music Report 19 

History of Severn Baptist Church 19 

History of Jackson Baptist Church 20 

Report of the Committee on Place and Preacher (item 55) 23 

Report of the Committee on Ordination 23 

Associational Missions 23 

Report of the Bertie Union Meeting 24 

In Loving Memory 25 

Historical Events 28 

Honor Roll of Church Clerks 27 

CHURCH DIRECTORY 

Missions Operated by the Church . . 36 Organists or Pianists 36 

Ordained Ministers (other than Pastors 38 

pastors) 36 Sunday School Directors 39 

Ministers Licensed During Church Training Directors 40 

the Year 36 Music Directors 40 

Ministers Ordained During W.M.U. Directors 41 

the Year 36 Brotherhood Directors 42 

Associate Pastors 36 Treasurers 43 

Ministers of Youth 36 Church Clerks 44 

Media Center (Church Library) Deacon Chairmen 45 

Directors 38 

Historical Table 36 



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STATISTICAL TABLES 

A. Church Members 52 

B. Sunday School 54 

C. Church Training 56 

D. Brotherhood 57 

E. Woman's Missiony Union 58 

F. Church Music 60 

G. Total Receipts, Local Expenditures, and Stewardship 62 

H. Mission Expenditures 64 

I. Special Information 66 

Map of Association Center of Book 

Associational Calendar for 1982 29 



Associational Directory 



General Officers 

MODERATOR 

Lemar Wheeler, P.O. Box 444, Woodland 27897; 587-2371, 587-3041 

VICE MODERATOR 
Lin wood Canady, Potecasi 27867; 587-5701 

CLERK 

Mrs. Henry Powell, P.O. Box 215, Ahoskie 27910; 332-3235, 332-3511 

TREASURER 
Malcolm Bracy, 302 Cherry St., Ahoskie 27910; 332-3511 

PARLIAMENTARIAN 
Bennie Pledger, P.O. Box 126, Colerain 27924; 356-4724, 356-2192 

Sunday School 

Director Gerald Riggs, 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4963, 

398-4663 

Church Training 

Director Doyle Holder, Rt. 4 Box 225-A, Windsor 27983; 794-3704 

Woman's Missionary Union 

Director Mrs. Billy Harris, Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27862; 585-1147 

Assistant Director Mrs. Roger Miller, Rt. 4 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910; 332-3883 

Secretary /Treasurer Mrs. John D. White, 610 E. High St., Murfreesboro 

27855; 398-3857 

B.W. Director Mrs. Fenton Mayle, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 96-A, Pleasant Hill 27866; 

589-9891 

Assistant B.W. Director Mrs. Wilbur Davis, P.O. Box 273, Rich Square 

27869; 539-2969 

Y.B.W. Director Mrs. James Hart, P.O. Box 35, Colerain 27924; 356-2623 

Assistant Y.B.W. Director Mrs. Carl H. Piland, P.O. Box 468, Winton 27986; 

358-7271 

B.Y.W. Director Mrs. David Wilson, 704 S. Lakeview Dr., Ahoskie 27910; 

332-2068 

Assistant B.Y.W. Director Mrs. Wayne Vinson, Rt. 3 Box 171-E, Ahoskie 

27910; 332-8465 

Acteens Director Mrs. Gerald Riggs, 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855; 

398-4963 

Assistant Acteens Director Mrs. Richard Draper, Rt. 3 Box 34-A, Ahoskie 

27910: 332-4054 

G.A. Director Mrs. Frank Stansbury, Rt. 3 Box 225, Windsor 27983; 794-2409 

Assistant G.A. Director Mrs. R.E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910; 

332-2667 

Mission Friends Director Mrs. Henry Joyner, Rt. 3 Box 1402, Ahoskie 27910; 

332-8279 



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Assistant Mission Friends Director Mrs. Fleetwood Pierce, P.O. Box 217, 

Colerain 27924; 356-4402 

Mission Action Director Miss Julia Outland, Rt. 1 Box 12, Pendleton 27862; 

585-1402 

Assistant Mission Action Director Mrs. George Hewitt, Rt. 2 Box 143, Colerain 

27924; 356-2484 

Mission Study Chairman Mrs. Randy Britton, 612 Lakeview Dr., Ahoskie 

27910; 332-5352 

Mission Support Chairman Mrs. Cedric Cook, P.O. Box 167, Potecasi 27867; 

587-5247 

Scholarship Chairman Mrs. Linwood Mitchell, Rt. 1 Box 132, Harrellsville 

27942; 356-4335 



Associational Brotherhood 

Director Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406-H, Windsor 27983; 794-3596 

Associational Music Officer 

Director Don Gober, P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910; 332-4003, 332-2264 



Director of Associational Work 

Rev. Henry Powell, P.O. Box 215, Ahoskie 27910 



Associational Office 116 N. Mitchell St., Ahoskie 27910; 332-3235 

Home 417 Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910; 332-8109 

Baptist State Convention Institutional Trustees 

General Board Lonnie Armstrong, Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876; 1982 

Campbell University Mrs. Sue Todd, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983; 1982 

Chowan College Mrs. Grady P. Davis, Conway 27820; 1982 



Mrs. Grady Bridgers, Rt. 1 Box 168, Jackson 27845; 1984 

Randy Britton, 612 Lakeview Dr., Ahoskie 27910; 1983 

J. Guy Revelle, 201 E. Main St., Murfreesboro 27855; 1983 

Robert C. White, 406 Belmont, Windsor 27983; 1984 

Joe D. McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845; 1984 

J.J. Harrington, Lewiston 27849; 1985 

Bennie Pledger, P.O. Box 126, Colerain 27924; 1985 



Charles Revelle, Murfreesboro 27855; 1985 

Meredith College R.B. Outland, Rich Square 27869; 1985 

Task Force on Volunteers James E. Langford, P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910; 

1982 

Resolutions Russell Johnson, Jr., Conway 27829; 1982 



Lay Members of Association's General Board 



Ahoskie, First Price Bowen, 908 N. Pembroke Av., Ahoskie 27910 

Askewville David Bunch, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Sr., Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27886 

Bethlehem Dennison Wiggins, Rt. 1 Box 40, Cofield 27922 

Buckhorn Cyrus D. Howell, Rt. 1 Box 57, Como 27818 



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Capeharts Mrs. Dannie McClenny, Rt. 1 Box 39, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Nick Pierce, 707 Peacan St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Dave Holloman, 209 W. Richard Av., Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor R.W. Baker, Jr., P.O. Box 27, Harrellsville 27942 

Connaritsa Clyde D. Francis, Rt. 2 Box 114, Aulander 27805 

Conway Lee Brittle, Rt. 2 Box 1, Conway 27820 

Creeksville Earl Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 314, Conway 27820 

Earlys J.B. Early, Rt. 1 Box 28-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Harvey Bowen, Rt. 3 Box 82, Windsor 27983 

Elam Thas Harris, P.O. Box 32, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Starkey Jernigan, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Elliott Davis, Rt. 1 Box 59, Seaboard 27876 

Greens Cross Fentress White, 207 Cale St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Richard Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 100-A, Cofield 27922 

Holly Grove Thomas E. Ruffin, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Horton's Joe E. Phelps, Rt. 2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Kelford Marion K. Vick, P.O. Box 31, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Talmadge Barnes, Rich Square 27869 

Lawrence W.G. Sallenger, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Margarettsville Mrs. Edgar Vaughan, Margarettsville 27853 

Meherrin James Lee, 501 N. Wynn St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola William Burkett, Woodland 27897 

Mt. Carmel J.F.C. Stephenson, Rt. 1 Box 13, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Charles Watson, 206 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 2785^ 

Murfreesboro Alton Parker, Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Pleasant Grove Douglas Rawls, Rt. 1 Box 34, Aulander 27805 

Powellsville Mrs. J. Mace, P.O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Rich Square Larry Godwin, P.O. Box 532, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Lloyd Finch, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel E.J. Burgess, P.O. Box 84, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Basil Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 31-A, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Joseph H. Walston, P.O. Box 129, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard J-W. Joyner, Seaboard 27876 

Union Ray Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 62-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Jr., Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Charles M. Edwards, P.O. Box 179, Winton 27986 

Woodland Sidney Joyner, Spruce St., Woodland 27897 

Standing Committees 

COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Lin wood Canady, Chairman Potecasi 27867 

Don Gober P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

W.D. Morris Rt. 1 Box 170-A, Gates 27937 

Frank Hollifield 502 Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910 

Mrs. Betty Jo Murray Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS 

Henry Boschen, Chairman P.O. Box 37, Kelford 27847 

Joe Polinski Rt. 3 Box 81, Windsor 27983 

John Thompson Rt. 1 Box 460, Colerain 27924 

J.E. Rawls 
James Jenkins 



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P.T. Worrell P.O. Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Ed Revelle Rt. 4 Box 357, Ahoskie 27910 

Douglas Miller Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Robert Beale . . Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

COMMITTEE ON TRUSTEES 

Ray Dixon, Chairman Rt. 1 Box 361-B, Murfreesboro 27855 

Russell Johnson, Jr P.O. Box 7, Conway 27820 

J. Lebron Morris P.O. Box 7, Roxobel 27872 

COMMITTEE ON CONSTITU TION 

Lonnie Armstrong, Chairman Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876 

Steve Thompson Rt. 2 Box 54, Ahoskie 27910 

Jay Lewis Story 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION 

Jack Byrd, Chairman 101 W. Gray St., Windsor 27983 

Robbie Parker P.O. Box 220, Aulander 27805 

Hubert Mizelle Rt. 2 Box 330, Colerain 27924 

COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS 

Mrs. Grady Bridgers, Chairman Rt. 1 Box 119, Jackson 27845 

Mrs. Bennie Pledger P.O. Box 126, Colerain 27924 

Mrs. Ann Holloman Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 

COMMITTEE ON HISTORY 

Thomas Caulkins, Chairman 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 1983 

Miss Hazel Griffin Woodland 27897; 1982 

Charles Phelps, Jr 209 W. Gray St., Windsor 27983; 1984 

Mrs. Katherine Brett Winton 27986 1985 

Elmer Joyner P.O. Box 589, Rich Square 27869; 1986 

COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP 

J.JN. Baggett, Chairman Rt. 4 Box 245-C, Windsor 27983; 1982 

Thomas Caulkins 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 1983 

Mrs. Harold Scott Rt. 2 Box 265, Conway 27820; 1984 

Teddy Tyler W. Jackson St., Rich Square 27869; 1985 

Charles Edwards P.O. Box 179, Winton 27986; 1986 

COMMITTEE ON SEMINARY EXTENSION 

Leroy Huthmacher P.O. Box 95, Roxobel 29872; 1982 

Henry Boschen P.O. Box 37, Kelford 27847; 1983 

Don Christian Rt. 2 Box 104, Ahoskie 27910; 1984 

COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES 



Mrs. Bessie Mitchell. Chairman 

Mrs. Vera Futrell 

Mrs. J.D. Liverman 



Rt. 1, Conway 27820 



Messengers 



AHOSKIE, FIRST 
CD. Wiggins, Jr. 
Mrs. CD. Wiggins, Jr. 
Mrs. Eugene Freeman 
Mrs. Mary Ainsley 
Mrs. Arthur Greens 
Mrs. CL. Williford 
Mrs. George Wynn 
Mrs. Merrill Evans 
Mrs. Troy Jernigan 
Miss Vivian Powell 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 
Russell Warren 
Mrs. Russell Warren 
Randolph Askew 
Mrs. Randolph Askew 

ASKEWVILLE 
Truett White 
Mrs. Harriet White 
Mrs. Cathleen Benthal 
Mrs. Dorothy J. Jernigan 
Aubrey L. White 
Finley R. Johnson 

AULANDER 
Bert Steimle 

BETHLEHEM 
W.S. Bazemore 
Mrs. W.S. Bazemore 
Mrs. R.H. Mosley 
Mrs. Hildia Tinkham 

BRANTLEYS GROVE 
G.L. Ross 
Mrs. G.L. Ross 
G.A. Brinkley 
Mrs. G.A. Brinkley 

BUCKHORN 

Mrs. R.G. Whitley 
Miss Hannah Picot 
Mrs. M.D. Cuthbertson 
Linwood Whitley 
Mrs. W.G. Lawrence 
Mrs. Linwood Whitley 

CAPEHARTS 
Myles Baker 
Mrs. Myles Baker 
R.S. Taylor 
Mrs. R.S. Taylor 



CASHIE 

Mrs. C.W. Byrum 
Mrs. Jack Byrd 
Robert C White 
Mrs. Robert C. White 
Mrs. Revah Rhodes 
Miss Katherine Gillam 
Nick Pierce 
Mrs. Nick Pierce 

CENTER GROVE 
Dave Hoi lorn an 
Arba Godwin 
Mrs. Arba Godwin 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
Paul Lassiter 
Mrs. Paul Lassiter 

COLERAIN 
John Thompson 
Carlton Barnes 
Mrs. Cecil Lowe 
Mrs. M.L. Perry 
Mrs. Roxie Caniels 
Mrs. Lee Newsome 
A.D. Jernigan 

CONNARITSA 
Mrs. Callie Hale 
Mrs. Betty Moore Minton 
Mrs. Eunice Jenkins 
Clyde D. Francis 

CONWAY 

Mrs. Lillie Vick 

Haywood Davis 

Mrs. W.E. James 

Ed Rawls 

Mrs. Leroy Taylor 

Mrs. Jennings White, Sr. 

CREECH MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Lillian Horton 
Mrs. Clennie Blowe 
Mrs. Ida Daniels 
D.G. Waters 

CREEKSVILLE 

Mrs. Grady Bridgers 
Mrs. Leon Martin 
Mrs. Reno Flythe 
Mrs. Harold Scott 
Mrs. Myrtle Lassiter 



EARLYS 

Mrs. L.P. Britton 
Mrs. J.B. Early 
J.B. Early 

EDGEWOOD 

Mrs. Lillian Rawls 
Mrs. Audrey Leggett 

ELAM 

Mrs. Mattie Harris 
Mrs. Margaret Kee 
Mrs. Wanda Mizelle 

ELM GROVE 
Starkey Jernigan 
Mattie Jernigan 
Mary E. Jernigan 
Betty Ann Jernigan 
Robert Brown 
Helen Brown 

GALATIA 

Mrs. Ollie Eure 
Mrs. Myra Barrett 
Mrs. Pearl Taylor 
Mrs. Nettie Alice 

Moody 
Mrs. Hettie B. Rose 

GREENS CROSS 
Grady Leicester 
Mrs. Vashti Mitchell 
Mrs. Lucille Mizelle 
Mrs. Daniel Spell 
Mrs. Mary Castelloe 

HARRELLSVILLE 
Richard Liverman 
Mrs. Maude White 
Mrs. C.R. Crawford 
Mrs. Debbie Hill 
Mrs. R.C Mason, Jr. 

HEBRON 

Mrs. Minnie Jones 
Mrs. Wilma Early 

HOLLY GROVE 
Mrs. Mabel Jernigan 
Mrs. Capitole Todd 

HOLLY SPRINGS 
Helen Miller 
Lewter Perry 



HORTON'S 

Mrs. Francis Bazemore 
Joe Phelps 

JACKSON 

Mrs. H.A. Britton 
Mrs. Howard Bridgers 
Roy Lowry 

KELFORD 

Mrs. Mary S. Vick 
Mrs. Malcolm Browne 
Mrs. Alice Dixon 

LASKER 

Mrs. Olive Askew 
Mrs. Janice Lassiter 
Earl Askew 
Mrs. Essie Warren 
C.A. Askew 
Glaston Martin 

LAWRENCE 
W.W. Daniels 
Mrs. Ruby White 

MARGARETTSVILLE 
R.L. Wheeler 
Mrs. R.L. Wheeler 
R.G. Piland 
Mrs. R.G. Piland 
Mrs. Floyd Hasty 
Mrs. Edgar Vaughan 

MARS HILL 

Mrs. Margaret Davidson 
Mrs. Barbara S. Davidson 
Mrs. Lellie V. Brown 
Mrs. Sharon Pittman 

MEHERRIN 

Mrs. Gerald Riggs 
Mrs. Emmitt Warren 
Mrs. Laura Ruth Parker 
Mrs. Estelle Duncan 
Mrs. Myrtle Brown 

MENOLA 

Mrs. Elizabeth Britton 
Mrs. Vernie Vinson 
Miss Elsie Cowan 
Miss Ritha Cowan 
Mrs. Margaret L. Brown 
Miss Evelyn Jones 
Mrs. Mary Edwards 
Mrs. Wilma Snipes 

MT. CARMEL 
Rupert Hasty 
Mrs. Doris Long 



Mrs. Judith Barnes 
Leroy Parks 
Fred Stephenson 

MT. TABOR 

Mrs. T.S. Benthall 
Mrs. A.B. Whitley 
Mrs. F.E. Holloman 

MURFREESBORO 
Hargus Taylor 
R.S. Pruette 
Bela Udvarnoki 
Mrs. Bela Udvarnoki 
Mrs. G.R. Holloman 
Mrs. J.M. Long 

OAK GROVE 
Douglas Miller 
Daris Dunlow 

PLEASANT GROVE 
William N. Rawls 
Douglas Rawls 
Mrs. Everett W. Bryant 
Mrs. C.J. Dunning 

POTECASI 
Donnie Rogers 

POWELLSVILLE 
Cecil E. Rose 
John Gallaher 
Ruth Gallaher 
Bess ye Hudson 

REPUBLICAN 
Mrs. Millie Stocks 

RICH SQUARE 
William Futrell 
Elizabeth Boyce 
Jessie Helen Belch 
Katrine Parker 
Larry Godwin 

RIVERSIDE 
Lloyd Finch 
Rhodes Pratt 
Roger Cullipher 
Marie Clinton 

ROBERTS CHAPEL 
Johnny Bryant 




Irene Bryant 

ROSS 

Mrs. Sue S. Todd 
Mrs. Myrtle Harrison 
Mrs. Sadie Hoggard 
Mrs. Sarah Hoggard 

ST. JOHN'S 
Bessie Burkett 
Antionette Blowe 
Sallie Mae Britton 

SANDY RUN 

Mrs. H. LeRoy Huth- 

macher 
J. Lebron Morris 
Mrs. J. Lebron Morris 

SEABOARD 
George Hall 
Wood row Edwards 
Mrs. Mildred Stephenson 
Mrs. Hazel Johnson 
Mrs. Mary Edwards 
Mrs. Clyde Cordle 
T.M. Bullock 

SILOAM 
A.L. Leggett 
Mrs. Lee Holder 
Elsie Mobley 
Peggy Anders 

UNION 

Mrs. Roger Miller 
Mrs. Steve Thompson 

WAKELON 

Mrs. Agnes Belch 
Mrs. Edna Matthew 
Paul Williams 
Mrs. Essie Williams 

WINTON 

Allston B. Askew 
Margie T. Askew 
Howard Doughtie 
Genevieve G. Doughtie 

WOODLAND 
Howard Vaughan 
Mrs. Howard Vaughan 
Mrs. Mamie Meadows 
Mrs. Gilbert Timberlake 
Mrs. James Peele 
Mrs. James Lee 
Mrs. Ruby Holloman 
Mrs. John Vaughan, Sr. 
Miss Helen Griffin 



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Constitution 



NAME 

Article 1 . This body shall be known as the West Chowan Baptist Association of 
North Carolina. 

MEMBERSHIP 

Article 2. It shall be composed of messengers elected by the churches connected 
with this body and all ordained ministers who are pastors of said churches, together 
with the officers of this Association, and chairmen of all standing committees. Each 
church of 100 members and under shall be entitled to two messengers, and for each 
additional 100 members, an additional messenger, provided that no church shall 
have more than 10 messengers. 

PURPOSE 

Article 3. The purpose of this Association shall be to inspire, encourage, and enlist 
its membership in a spirit of brotherly love and cooperation, for the promotion of the 
entire program of our denomination; to the end that the gospel of our Lord and 
Saviour Jesus Christ might be proclaimed with greater power and effectiveness in our 
Association, our State and Nation, and unto the uttermost part of the world. 

POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

Article 4. The Association shall have no power to infringe upon the sovereignty or 
rights of the churches. It is neither an ecclesiastical nor legislative council, nor a 
court of appeal. It may advise the churches and recommend measures of usefulness 
for their adoption, but cannot bind them in any way. There shall be full recognition 
of the autonomy of the local church and there shall be full recognition of the autono- 
my of the Association. However, in view of the combined wisdom, piety and intelli- 
gence of the Association, it justly claims the very highest consideration and regard for 
itself, its objects and its recommendations. 

Article 5. Any Baptist church in good standing approving the design, objects and 
principles of this Association, and holding the same doctrines and ordinances, may be 
admitted into fellowship upon two-thirds vote of the messengers. All applications 
shall be referred to the Membership Committee for study. Church desiring member- 
ship should give notice by making application one year in advance. 

Article 6. The Association may dissolve its relation with any church that con- 
sistently refuses to support the design, objects and principles of the West Chowan 
Baptist Association. Any irregularities which are reported shall be referred to the 
Membership Committee who will report their findings to the next Associational 
meeting. The relationship may be dissolved by a two-thirds vote of the messengers one 
year after irregularities have been brought to the attention of the Association. 

RIGHTS AND DUTIES 

Article 7. Every church shall be requested to contribute a percentage of its gifts, or 
so much per resident member for defraying the expenses of the Association and for 
direction of the promotional education and missionary work of the Association. This 
percentage or amount shall be sent to the Associational Treasurer monthly by each 
church treasurer. 

Article 8. Every church will send to every annual session of the Association a letter 
on the form adopted by the Association with such additional information as it may 
deem fitting. 



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Article 9. Any church wishing to dissolve its relationship with the Association in 
order to transfer to another association may do so with a majority vote at any regular 
Associational meeting. 

ORGANIZATION 

Article 10. The Officers of this Association shall be a Moderator, a Vice Modera- 
tor, a Clerk, a Treasurer, a Parliamentarian, a Director of Sunday School, a Direc- 
tor of Church Training Program, a Director of Brotherhood, a Director of Woman's 
Missionary Union, and a Director of Music. They shall be elected at each annual 
session of the first day. The term of all officers shall commence at the conclusion of 
the annual session at which they are elected and continue until their successors are 
elected at the next session of the Association. The Moderator and Vice Moderator 
may not be elected for more than two consecutive years. All nominations may be 
made by the Committee on Nominations. 

DUTIES 

Article 1 1 . It shall be the duty of the Moderator to open meetings punctually at the 
appointed time; to enforce the rules ; to enforce order and to exercise all prerogatives 
of a presiding officer according to Robert's Rules of Order . 

Article 12. It shall be the duty of the Vice Moderator to perform the duties of the 
Moderator in his absence. 

Article 13. It shall be the duty of the Clerk to attend and keep a full record of the 
meetings of the Association and to compile, edit and distribute to the churches the 
minutes and data from the church letters in an annual report. He may appoint an 
assistant when necessary. He shall be paid such honorarium and expenses as the Asso- 
ciation directs. 

Article 14. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive, safeguard and distribute 
all funds of the Association. Disbursements of funds shall be in accordance with the 
budget adopted by the Association. Non-budget items shall be approved by the Fi- 
nance Committee of the General Board. He shall make quarterly reports to the 
General Board and annual reports to the Association. He may be paid honorariums 
and expenses as the Association may direct. The Treasurer's records shall be audited 
annually and he shall be under bond. 

Article 15. The Parliamentarian shall assist the presiding officer in conducting the 
business of the Association according to Robert's Rules of Order . 

Article 16. The Director of Sunday School shall promote and supervise the Sunday 
School Program in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 17. The Superintendent of Sunday School shall promote and supervise the 
Sunday School Program in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 18. The Director of Church Training Program shall promote and super- 
vise the Church Training Program in the Association in cooperation with the Gen- 
eral Board. 

Article 19. The Director of Brotherhood shall promote and supervise the program 
of Baptist Men in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 20. The Director of Woman's Missionary Union shall direct and supervise 
the program for the women and girls in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 21. The Director of Music shall promote and supervise the program of 
music in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

THE GENERAL BOARD 

Article 22. The General Board of the Association shall be composed of the follow- 
ing: Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Director of 



Woman's Missionary Union, Director of Associational Work, Director of Sunday 
School, Director of Church Training Program, Director of Brotherhood, Director of 
Music, Moderator of the Bertie Union, the pastor of each church of the Association, 
provided that the pastor is a member of the church he represents, and one lay mem- 
ber elected from each church. 

The officers of the Association shall divide the General Board into the following 
committees: Education and Promotion, Missions, Evangelism, Stewardship and Fi- 
nance, Survey and Study, and Christian Life and Public Affairs. 

It shall be the duty of the General Board to transact whatever business may require 
attention of the Association between sessions, which action shall be binding upon the 
Association. The General Board of the Association shall function with those duly 
elected members present and voting. No percentage quorum is required for these 
meetings. The General Board should meet quarterly, and submit a full report of its 
work to the Association at each annual session, together with recommendations for 
the promotion and extension of the work, including the annual Associational 
budget. 

The Executive Committee of the General Board will be composed of the officers of 
the Association and one representative elected by the General Board from each coun- 
ty in the Association. This committee will work in close harmony with the Director of 
Associational Work in plans and programs. The Executive Committee of the General 
Board shall function with those duly elected officers present and voting at any an- 
nounced meeting. No percentage quorum is required for these meetings. 

In the event that any office, constituted by any article herein, becomes vacant 
during the Associational year, said office may be filled for the interim by appoint- 
ment of the Executive Committee. 

Article 23. The Director of Associational Work, whom the Association may em- 
ploy, shall be under the direction of the Executive Committee of the General Board. 
Me shall promote and coordinate the work of the Association through its organiza- 
tions and programs; and shall carry out the the missionary and extension plans of the 
Executive Committee. He shall be an ex officio member of all committees in an ad- 
visory and promotional capacity. 

AMENDMENTS 

Article 24. This constitution may be altered at any annual session of the body by a 
two-thirds vote of the messengers present and voting. However, a 60-day notice of the 
proposed change shall be sent to the chairman of the Executive Committee of the 
General Board, and such proposed amendment shall be read on two consecutive days 
before action on the same. 

COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

Article 25. The committees of the Association shall be divided into three categories: 
Section A. Committees to be appointed by the Moderator in advance of the annual 
meeting. 

1. A Committee on Enrollment consisting of six. This committee shall recognize 
and register all messengers and others attending the Association and report to the 
Association when called upon. 

2. A Committee on Committees consisting of two members from each of the coun- 
ties comprising the Association. This committee shall nominate for election by the 
Association all standing committees and such other committees as may be assigned to 
it. This committee should make its primary report during the first session. This com- 
mittee shall designate the chairman of each committee. 



3. The Executive Committee of the General Board shall guide in an audit of the 
Treasurer's records and report to the Association. 

Section B. Committees to report at the same annual meeting at which they were 
elected. 

1. A Committee on Place and Preacher consisting of three, the duty of which shall 
be to recommend to the Association where the next session shall meet and the 
preacher to deliver the annual sermon and his alternate. 

2. A Committee on Resolutions consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to 
draw up and present to the Association suitable resolutions of appreciation and ex- 
pressions of sentiments on any matter chosen by the committee or referred to the com- 
mittee by the Moderator of the Association. 

Section C. Committees which will serve throughout the year and which shall re- 
port at the next annual session of the Association. 

1. A Committee on the Order of Business consisting of five. The Vice Moderator 
shall be the chairman of this committee. It shall be the duty of this committee to pre- 
sent a printed report suggesting the order of business. This report should be acted 
upon as soon as feasible after the opening of the Association. When adopted, its re- 
port shall become the order of the Association and cannot be changed except by ma- 
jority vote of the body. 

2. A Committee on Nominations consisting of three members from each of the 
counties composing the Association. This committee shall nominate representatives of 
the various institutions, members of the General Board, the officers of the Associa- 
tion, and other officers that may be necessary to execute the program of the Associa- 
tion. Nominations by this committee shall not preclude nominations from the floor. 
No officer of the Association shall hold more than one office at a time. The Nominat- 
ing Committee should constantly seek the counsel of existing Associational officers 
when preparing their report. No name shall be submitted to the Association for elec- 
tion until that individual has agreed to serve if elected. 

3. A Trustees Committee consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to hold in 
trust any property, endowment, or other securities of the Association. 

4. A Committee on Ordination consisting of three. It shall be the duty of this com- 
mittee to make itself available to any church who has a candidate for the Gospel 
Ministry. 

5. A Committee on History consisting of five members, one member elected each 
year for five years. This committee shall be responsible for compiling and main- 
taining a history of the Association. 

6. A Committee on Memorials consisting of three members elected each year, one 
from each county. This committee shall be responsible for suitably memorializing 
deceased members of the churches of the Association and other events as may be 
necessary. 

7. A Committee on Membership consisting of five members, one member elected 
each year for five years. It shall be the duty of this committee to consult with 
churches in areas of Church-Association relationships and report the desire of the 
church as regards status in becoming member churches or in desire to withdraw fel- 
lowship. A committee from the church and this committee of the Association on 
membership shall work in all matters for harmony and good will among the 
churches. This committee functions at the request of the Executive Committee of the 
General Board and/or the Association when meeting in annual session. 

8. A Committee on the Constitutions consisting of three members shall be elected 
each year. This committee shall keep the constitution up to date and recommend re- 
visions in accordance with the provisions of the constitution. 



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9. A Committee on Libraries consisting of four members elected each year. This 
committee shall be responsible for the development of the Associational library or- 
ganization and will assist the churches in their library work when requested. 

10. A Committee on Seminary Extension consiting of three members, one member 
elected each year for three years. This committee shall plan the courses of study and 
make all arrangements for a balanced program of study. 

Article 26. Any regulation prior to this constitution which conflicts herewith is 
hereby repealed. 



Proceedings 



99th Annual Session 

Tuesday, October 20, 1981 
SEVERN BAPTIST CHURCH 

1. The moderator, Robbie Parker, called the ninety-ninth annual session of West 
Chowan Baptist Association to order promptly at four o'clock on Tuesday, October 
20. 

2. The congregation sang the hymn "O God, Our Help in Ages Past" accompanied 
at the organ by Mrs. Kenneth Stokes and at the piano by Mrs. Ellen Sumner. 

3. Steve Thompson, pastor at Union, read Romans 9:1-3, 10:1-3, 8-15, and led in 
prayer. 

4. Chairman of the deacons of Severn Church, Marion Tyler, welcomed the 
messengers and visitors to the Severn Church. It was 68 years ago when West Chowan 
Association met with Severn Church. 

5. The moderator responded to the welcome. 

6. The order of business as printed in the Book of Reports was accepted as the pro- 
gram. 

7. The moderator appointed the following committees: 

Place and Preacher: Jack Mace, Bennie Pledger, and Steve Thompson 
Committee on Committees: Larry Bradley, chairman 
Resolutions: Rev. and Mrs. Steve Thompson 

8. The Enrollment Committee composed of Mrs. Ruth Fleetwood, Severn, and 
Mrs. Alma Brittle, Conway, reported 215 registered from 44 churches. 

9. Greetings were brought by Rowland Pruette for Chowan College and Bennie 
Pledger for Campbell University. 

10. New pastors were recognized and introduced by Henry Powell, director of 
missions. New pastors introduced were: Wayne Simpson, Buckhorn Church; Mike 
Hill, Christian Harbor/Harrellsville churches; and Steve Thompson, Union 
Church. 

1 1 . Robbie Parker brought a brief moderator's message. 

12. The General Board report was given by the clerk, Mrs. Henry Powell. The 
recommendation "that the mobile unit being used for a chapel be moved from the 
training center to a permanent site where it could later be used for an associational 
office" was approved. 

General Board Report 

The General Board of West Chowan Baptist Association met four times during the 
year. Robbie Parker, moderator, presided over the meetings. 

The World Missions Conference scheduled for October 25 - November 1 was dis- 
cussed at each meeting as questions came up. 

During the state convention in November there will be a parade of associational 
flags. Our churches were encouraged to have members submit a flag design. We re- 
ceived nine different designs. The flag design selected for our associational flag was 
submitted by Mrs. Pat Marshall, a member of Buckhorn Baptist Church. Our thanks 
to each person who submitted a design. 

Organizational directors were given opportunities to report and promote the work 
of their organization. 

The Budget/Finance Committee presented the budget for 1981-82 which was ac- 
cepted for recommendation to the annual session. 



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The treasurer was given permission to put the checking account into a combina- 
tion saving/checking account so that the money would draw interest. 

The Missions Committee, Lonnie Armstrong, chairman, brought to the General 
Board the following recommendations at the September meeting: 

1. That the West Chowan Baptist Association discontinue the Sunday type ministry 
at the migrant training school in Rich Square; 

2. That the Spiritual Life Development Committee be encouraged to continue the 
weekday ministry by using local pastors; 

3. That the mobile home being used for a chapel be moved from the training cen- 
ter to a permanent site where it could later be used for an associational office. 

The Executive Committee will be asked to appoint a committee to look for a perm- 
anent location for an associational office site on which to put the mobile home from 
the migrant training center. 



13. Lonnie Armstrong, chairman of the Missions Committee, gave a report on the 
work of the committee. The following recommendations were made: 

(a) that West Chowan Association phase out the work at the migrant training cen- 
ter where we have had a mobile unit used for a chapel; 

(b) that land be secured on which the mobile unit belongs to the association; 

(c) that the Missions Committee continue to encourage the area churches to minis- 
ter to the trainees at the center. 

14. After a discussion, the recommendations were accepted. 

15. In the absence of the treasurer, the director of missions gave the treasurer's re- 
port which was information only. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Robbie Parker, moderator. 
Mary H. Powell, clerk 



Associational Treasurer's Report 



October 1, 1980 to October 1, 1981 



Balance on hand last October 1, 1980 



$6,375.93 



RECEIVED: 



1. From churches for budget: 
Ahoskie, First 
Ashley's Grove 
Askewville 
Aulander 
Bethany 
Bethel 
Bethlehem 
Brantleys Grove 
Buckhorn 
Capeharts 
Cashie 

Center Grove 
Christian Harbor 
Colerain 
Connaritsa 
Conway 



$2,400.00 Creech Memorial 

725.00 Creeksville 

1,500.00 Earlys 

800.00 Edgewood 

803.56 Elam 

320.00 Elm Grove 

320.00 Galatia 

250.00 Greens Cross 

400.00 Harrellsville 

614.08 Hebron 

2,479.14 Hollv Grove 

433.35 Holly Springs 

300.00 Hor ton's 

800.00 Jackson 

300.00 Kelford 

2,070.00 Lasker 



1,100.00 
240.00 
250.00 
240.00 
691.62 
1,000.00 
1,599.96 
856.00 
600.00 
50.00 
T 00.00 
175.00 
120.00 
360.00 



250.00 



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Lawrence 


88.75 


Rich Square 


810.03 


Lewiston 


350.00 


Riverside 


225.00 


Margarettsville 


103.83 


Roberts Chapel 


300.00 


Mars Hill 


458.26 


Ross 


400.00 


Meherrin 


1,268.08 


St. John's 


200.00 


Menola 


125.00 


Sandy Run 


396.00 


Merry Hill 


375.00 


Seaboard 


399.96 


Mt. Carmel 




Severn 


450.00 


Mt. Xabor 


540.68 


Siloam 


240.00 


Murfreesboro 


1,550.00 


Union 


342.25 


Oak Grove 


75.00 


Wakelon 


100.00 


Pleasant Grove 


187.15 


Winton 


725.00 


Potecasi 


360.00 


Woodland 


1,183.50 


Powellsville 


743.40 


TOTAL 


$34,209.58 


Republican 


65.00 






2. OTHER RECEIPTS: 








Baptist State Convention 


450.00 


Sales Tax Refund 


57.60 


For Pulpit Supply 


200.00 


Checking Account Interest 


93.03 


For Minutes 


40.00 


TOTAL 


840.63 


TOT AT. RFCFTVFD 






(t> O K AK A rtl 

$35,050.21 




$41,426.14 


PAID OUT: 








Salary 


$9,400.00 


Sunday School 


$ 509.74 


Travel 


2,000.00 


Church Training 


358.63 


House Rent 


1,500.00 


Brotherhood 


118.17 


Home Utilities 


1,006.32 


Church Music 


4.34 


Secretary 


2,687.82 


Convention Expenses 


600.00 


F.I.C.A. 


249.38 


Christmas 


300.00 


Office Rent 


1,200.00 


Migrant Church Pastor 


3,300.00 


Office Utilities 


836.87 


Migrant Church Expenses 


31.00 


Office Supplies 


1,800.00 


Key Leader Conference 


233.33 


S.B.C. Annuity Board 


3,482.52 


Equipment 


836.52 


Associational Clerk 


150.00 


Treasurer 


150.00 


Clerk Expenses 


50.00 


Miscellaneous 


47.29 


Minutes 


746.72 


TOTAL 


$31, 598.65 






$ 9,827.49 



16. Lemar Wheeler, chairman of the Budget/Finance Committee, presented the 
1981-82 budget. The budget was accepted as presented. 



West Chowan Baptist Association Budget 

October 1, 1981 to October 1, 1982 



Budget Item 
Director, Salary 
Director, Travel 
House Rent 
Home Utilities 



Current 
Budget 
$ 9,400.00 
2,000.00 
1,500.00 
1,800.00 



Paid Out this 
year to date 
$ 9,400.00 
2,000.00 
1,500.00 
1,006.32 



Proposed 
1981-82 
$10,340.00 
2,400.00 
1,800.00 
1,500.00 



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Office Rent 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 


Office Utilities 


800.00 


836.87 


900.00 


Office Supplies 


1,800.00 


1,800.00 


1,800.00 


Secretary 


3,750.00 


2,637.82 


4,125.00 


F.I.C.A. 


229.88 


249.38 


275.86 


Sunday School 


750.00 


509.74 


600.00 


Church Training 


750.00 


358.63 


600.00 


Brotherhood 


200.00 


118.17 


200.00 


Music 


100.00 


4.34 


100.00 


Printing Minutes 


900.00 


746.72 


750.00 


Clerk, honorarium 


150.00 


150.00 


150.00 


Clerk Expense 


50.00 


50.00 


50.00 


Treasurer, honorarium 


150.00 


150.00 


150.00 


Evangelism Committee 


300.00 





*1,000.00 


Missions Committee 











S.B.C. Annuity Board 


3,680.00 


3,482.52 


3,680.00 


Convention, expense 


600.00 


600.00 


600.00 


Annual Session 











Migrant Chapel, pastor 


3,300.00 


3,300.00 


3,600.00 


Migrant Chapel, expense 


300.00 


31.00 


300.00 


Key Leader Conference 


250.00 


233.33 


250.00 


Christmas, Director 


200.00 


200.00 


200.00 


Christmas, Secretary 


100.00 


100.00 


100.00 


Seminary Extension 


100.00 





50.00 


Library Committee 


50.00 





50.00 


Miscellaneous 


100.00 


47.29 


100.00 


Office Equipment 


1,000.00 


836.52 


1,000.00 


World Missions Conference 








* 1,000. 00 




$35,509.88 


$31,598.65 


$38,870.86 



*Two items, Evangelism (1982 Simultaneous Revival promotion) and the World 
Missions Conference promotion, are for this year only. 



Lemar Wheeler, chairman, 
Budget/ Finance Committee 

17. The report of the Committee on Committees was presented by Larry Bradley, 
chairman. Motion to accept the report and elect the committee members as recom- 
mended was carried. (See Standing Committees in the Associations! Directory in 
front of annual.) 

18. The report of the Nominating Committee was presented by Daniel M. Spell, 
chairman. When there were no other nominations, motion was made and carried to 
accept the report and elect the suggested officer? (See General Officers in the Associ- 
ational Directory at the beginning of the annual.) 

19. In the absence of the chairman of evangelism, Jack Mace, the evangelism 
report was given by Henry Powell. After calling attention to the printed report in the 
Book of Reports, Mr. Powell gave the following dates and their emphasis: 

November 17 - An evangelism conference for all pastors 

January 11 - A conference to discuss conserving revival and evangelistic ef- 
forts 

February 23 - Evangelistic Kick Off Rally at Chowan College's Jesse Helms 

Center with Dr. Mark Corts as the speaker 
March 14-28 - Simultaneous revivals 



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Associational Evangelism Report 



All Baptists are urged to participate in the joint evangelistic crusade in 1982. The 
theme will be "Here's Hope." Interpretation meetings have been held across the state 
to suggest plans and basic thrusts for the joint crusade effort. This effort is co-spon- 
sored by the Baptist State Convention and the General Baptist State Convention. The 
simultaneous revival dates for our area are March 14-28. Every church is encouraged 
to plan a revival meeting during one of these weeks. Let us pray daily that every un- 
saved person in North Carolina will have the opportunity to hear the gospel of Christ 
by the end of 1982. 

Many churches have already conducted a People Search to locate unchurched and 
unsaved in their community. In November a lay evangelism clinic will be held to 
train pastors to go back to their churches and have a lay evangelism school early next 
year. It is hoped that this will involve all our people in visitation and soul winning. 

On February 23, 1982 we will have an evangelism rally in the Jessie Helms Recrea- 
tion Center at Chowan College. Every church in the area of West Chowan Association 
will be invited to attend. We hope to have a special choir made up of participating 
churches. Mark Corts, who has been on the steering committee for our simultaneous 
crusade, will be the inspirational speaker. 

Baptisms were up last year ! Praise God ! While it is too early to know, we all pray 
that North Carolina Baptists are recapturing the desire and commandment of the 
Lord to "feed my sheep." If so, we shall surely continue to see more persons led to 
receive Christ as Lord. 



The Sunday school organization of West Chowan Association had an ASSIST team 
this year, which was comprised of the following people: 

Adult Director - Donald L. Wagner, pastor of Win ton Baptist Church 
Youth Director - Larry Bradley, pastor of Ashley's Grove Baptist Church 
Children's Director - H.C. Boschen, pastor Kelford Baptist Church 
Preschool Director - Mrs. Henry Powell, wife of our director of missions 
The word ASSIST stands for Associational Sunday School Improvement Support 
Team and this is what our ASSIST team has been trained to do. 

We only had one associationwide Sunday school emphasis this past year. There 
were three simultaneous training schools held in March. The three locations for 
these schools were Askewville, Ahoskie, First, and Conway Baptist churches. The 
new Basic books for each age group in Sunday school were taught by a very fine 
faculty of 15 members. We had 28 churches represented with a total of 218 enrolled. 
These schools were such a success that we are planning a similar thing in 1982. 

The week of October 11-18 has been designated as "People Search" Week through 
our Sunday schools. This emphasis is in connection with our simultaneous revivals, 
which will be held in March of 1982. As your associational Sunday school director, 
please let me encourage you as messengers to the ninety-ninth annual session West 
Chowan Baptist Association to go back to your church and encourage your pastor and 



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I CS The congregation sang "The Solid Rock." 

, m ^ 21 . The Sunday school report was accepted as 
I printed in the Book of Reports. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Jack Mace 



»» 



Sunday School Report 



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Sunday school director to get involved in this "People Search Campaign" if they have 
not already done so. I believe that God is wanting to do great things through us in 
West Chowan Baptist Association if we will only let Him have His way in and 
through our lives. 

I appreciate the excellent cooperation that you have given me as your associational 
Sunday school director and pledge to you my best in the coming year. 



22. The church training report was given by the director, Franklin Stansbury. 



Training is still the most vital ingredient needed for a growing and successful 
church. Church training can and will provide this if it is included in the organiza- 
tional structure of a church. 

Church training provides the teaching of Christian theology, Christian ethics, 
Christian history, and church polity and organization. It also provides and interprets 
information regarding the work of the church and denomination. Is your church 
missing this vital part of a Christian's growth? Why not begin a church training pro- 
gram. 

During this past year, we have had several church training activities in our associ- 
ation. First, "M" Night was held at Creech Memorial Church in Ahoskie on Novem- 
ber 24, 1980. Our guest speaker was Rev. Jack Calloway, pastor of Mt. Tabor Baptist 
Church. Our attendance was very good with awards for attendance going to Galatia 
and Greens Cross churches. 

Our Associational Council held a church training workshop at Cashie Baptist 
Church during the winter. 

Youth Night was held at Ashley's Grove Baptist Church in March. We had a 
packed house and a very inspirational program enjoyed by youth as well as the 
leaders. 

In May I attended the Key Leader Conference at Ridgecrest. I also, conducted the 
church training conference at our own Key Leader meeting at First Baptist Church, 
Ahoskie the last of May. 

The associational Children's and Youth Bible Drill Tournament held at Mt. 
Tabor Church was such a success. We had youth and children from the following 
churches to participate: Galatia, Greens Cross, Mt. Tabor and Askewville. In the 
association we had 16 children's winners and two youth winners. These attended the 
state tournament held at Goldsboro in May. We had 16 state winners in children's 
Bible drill and two state winners in youth Bible drill. Congratulations to these fine 
young people. We are very proud of you. 

Church training enrollment is still on the increase. Is your church a part of this 
exciting endeavor? My prayer is that this year will be the greatest year for church 
training in the churches of our association. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Gerald Riggs 



Church Training Report 



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Church: The Sunday Night Place 1 




Respectfully submitted, 

DIRECT LINE Franklin Stansburv 



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23. Mrs. Randy Britton gave the Woman's Missionary Union Report. 

W.M.U. Report 

W.M.U. had an exciting year in West Chowan! Leadership conferences began 
our year in Aulander and Potecasi with 356 attending, representing 38 churches. 
Conferences were held for all age level leaders and additional workshops were: En- 
listment and Enlargement, Mission Study, Mission Support, and Mission Action. 

During an enlistment campaign, 10,000 More by November 4, our association had 
all 60 churches reporting. Two hundred sixty-seven new members were added. Five 
of our churches do not have a mission organization. 

Odom Prison in Northampton County was the Mission Action project in a joint ef- 
fort with Brotherhood. Four hundred received personal items as well as cookies and 
leaflets. Money was secured to buy mattresses for our Hamilton Home as an addition- 
al project. A workshop on lifestyle evangelism was held with approximately 90 atten- 
ding. 

Our eighty-seventh annual session was held at Galatia, April 7 with a record at- 
tendance ot 405. A parade of flags representing 57 countries were made by the 
churches for the occasion. Speakers for the meeting were Rev. James Ward of Hen- 
derson ville, North Carolina and Bert and Jack Yates, formerly of Nairobi, Kenya. 
The theme was "My World - My Witness." 

A regional Baptist Women's seminar was held at Chowan College April 1 1 . Special 
guests were Mrs. Bea McRea, newly elected state president and Suthell Walker, state 
Baptist Women's Director. 

Approximately 50 from our association attended the state W.M.U. convention in 
Charlotte. Our association received recognition for participation in the 10,000 More 
campaign and for attaining distinguished on the Achievement Guide. 

Baptist Women directors, Mrs. Linda Mayle and Mrs. Esther Davis, held a B.W. 
activity at Bethel with 125 present. Bobby Cross was guest speaker. 

Young Baptist Women with Mrs. Jean Lamb and Mrs. Connie Piland had an asso- 
ciational meeting at Mt. Tabor with 114 attending. 

Baptist Young Women leaders, Mrs. Susan Wilson and Mrs. Sue Vinson, held 
their first luncheon in Aulander with 50 present. Bert and Jack Yates were the 
speakers. 

Mrs. Doris Riggs and Mrs. Helen Draper, Acteen leaders, had another busy year. 
Their Acteen Council is the largest in the state with 20 members. The international 
student tea at Chowan and the Acteen convention at Ridgecrest were highlights of 
their year. Doris and two of our girls shared experiences at Ridgecrest. 

Camps were the big word for G.A. leaders, Mrs. Janie Stansbury and Mrs. Sharon 
Pittman. A day camp at Chowan with 142 record group. A mini camp had 85 attend- 
ing the three-day retreat. 

Mission Friend leaders Mrs. Mary Powell and Mrs. Mattie Pierce report new ex- 
citement with several organizations being added this year. 

W.M.U. scholarships were awarded to Mike Carter, Ahoskie First Baptist and Lori 
Harkey of Bethany. A Billie Jo Rose memorial scholarship to Chowan was presented 
to Keith Vaughan of Potecasi. 

Three ladies from West Chowan serve on the state Executive Board. They are 
Doris Riggs, Mary Powell, and Grace Mitchell. I, also, serve as B.Y.W. approved 
worker. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mary Anne Britton 

24. The music report was accepted as written in the Book of Reports. 



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Music Report 



This past year our Key Leader Conference at First Baptist, Ahoskie proved to be an 
exciting workshop experience for those who attended. Several of our people attended 
the volunteer and part-time directors retreat at Caraway sponsored by the state Music 
Department. 

As we look to the future, we are encouraing all of our churches to fill in the 
church music section of their annual report. This is very important as it lets us know 
what is happening musically in our churches. We are, also, considering beginning 
an associational music library to help churches overcome the high cost of music. 

In the months ahead we will be trying to build a strong fellowship between the 
music leaders of all our churches so we may not only get to know each other better 
but help each other to better serve our Lord through music. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Don Gober 

25. The congregation sang "Forward Through the Ages." 

26. Frank Stansbury read Hosea 7:1-7 and led in prayer. 

27. Special music was presented by Steve Thompson. 

28. Lemar Wheeler, pastor of Woodland Baptist Church, spoke on "Being Too 
Preoccupied." 

29. The congregation sang "I Surrender All." 

30. Benediction and thanks for the meal was given by Mike Hill, pastor of Christ- 
ian Harbor and Harrellsville churches. 

Evening Session 

31. Presession music was presented by Chowan College Choir directed by Dr. Jim 
Chamblee and accompanied at the piano by Dr. Hugh Middleton. 

32. At 7:30 p.m. the moderator called the session to order. 

33. The congregation sang "Jesus Shall Reign." 

34. Mike Hill read Hebrews 12:1-2 and led in prayer. 

35. The history of the Severn Church was given by Marion Vick, chairman of the 
deacons. 

History of Severn Baptist Church 

Severn Baptist Church had its beginning when a Sunday school was organized in a 
schoolhouse in February 1892. Roberts Chapel Baptist Church shared Sunday school 
literature with Severn Church until ours was received from the Sunday School 
Board. The Sunday school group met faithfully in the schoolhouse each Sunday. 

Finally on July 19, 1896 a meeting was called for the purpose of organizing a Bap- 
tist church. Seventeen persons were enrolled as charter members. The members 
adopted the name Severn Baptist Missionary Church. J.M. Hoggard served as the 
first pastor. He served for two years. 

In August 1896 the first revival was held and five more members were added to the 
church roll. Severn Church became affiliated with West Chowan Baptist Association 
in October 1896. 

Two men from our church were called to be ministers of the gospel. They were 
R.P. Downey and Joe Mack Long. 

A Woman's Missionary Union was organized in our church in 1905. The mission 
organizations in our church have been very active and encouraged the giving to 



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missions. The first foreign mission offering given by our W.M.U. was sent to China 
in 1912. 

Through the years our church has built an educational building which includes a 
kitchen, a fellowship hall, and classroom facilities. At one time the church was 
remodeled to provide a pastor's study. A church library was provided by using one 
side of a classroom. New pews were placed in the sanctuary in April 1965. 




SEVERN BAPTIST CHURCH 



36. The congregation sang "When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder" accompanied at 
the organ by Mrs. Stokes. 

37. Jack W. Robbins, trustee for the North Carolina Christian Action League, 
brought the closing message 

38. Jack Byrd, pastor of Cashie Baptist Church, gave the benediction. 

Wednesday, October 21 

39. The session was called to order by the moderator, Robbie Parker. 

40. The congregation sang "Send the Light" accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Joe 
McLean. 

41. Joe McLean, pastor of Jackson Church, read I John 3:1-10 and led in prayer. 

42. Mr. McLean welcomed the messengers and visitors of the annual session to the 
Jackson Church. 

43. Larry McClure, area missionary, presented a video tape on "A Message to the 
Asociations" part 1 . 

44. The history of the Jackson Baptist Church was given by Roy Lowry. 

History of Jackson Baptist Church 

The records of Northampton County show a deed for land given on January 1, 
1876 to the deacons of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church from Samuel Calvert. A request 
had been made for property in Jackson on which to build a Baptist church. The deed 
was made to the deacons pursuant to the custom that the deed be made to the deacons 



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of the nearest Baptist church. 

Jackson Baptist Church was organized somewhere between the years of 1876-1881. 
Jackson Church was in a field with Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. Thirteen persons 
came into the church on October 9, 1881. There is no way of knowing if all were 
present when the church was organized. 

In 1883 S.N. Buxton and J. A. Buxton were elected delegates to the first session of 
the new association to convene at Cashie Baptist Church. This association became the 
West Chowan Association. 

About 1904 the need for a pastorium became acute. Land was given by R.S. Gay to 
P.M. Long which became known as the parsonage lot. Soon a building was erected. 
This property was sold in 1906. 

Each pastor made his contribution to the church. The church has had its ups and 
downs. The church has gone through indebtedness and the retiring of these debts. 
Pastors' salaries were supplemented by the state Mission Board until January 1924 
when the church assumed all of the pastor's salary. 

During the pastorate of J. Max Evington 1963-67 the church decided it had grown 
large enough and strong enough to become a full-time church. Mr. Evington agreed 
to be a full-time pastor. The church soon decided to build a new pastor's home. The 
Flythe property across the street from the church building was purchased for this 
purpose. 

The new home was completed after the Evingtons left Jackson and the church had 
called Joe D. McLean as pastor. Mr. McLean came on October 15, 1967 and he and 
his family moved into the new pastor's home on March 26, 1969. 




JOE D. McLEAN, pastor 



Since that time the indebtedness has been paid in full. During the years 1976-1981 
the church has added new roofing and insulation to both church buildings; a radio 
sound system for the hard-of-hearing; and two restrooms designed to serve the handi- 
capped. Even with these physical plant objectives going on, the church's Cooperative 
Program and other missions giving have steadily increased. A highlight of this period 
was the event that God called one of our young men into the gospel ministry. This 



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was the first time in the recorded history of the church that anyone had been called 
into the ministry from our church. Charles W. Bridgers III was ordained for the 
ministry by the church on August 22, 1976. He first served on a church staff and then 
moved to Richmond, Virginia as a consultant in preschool, kindergarten, and day 
care programs for the Virginia Baptist General Board. 

Some great saints have passed through the life of this church into the larger life 
with the Lord during the past 100 years. But the Lord continues to bring other grow- 
ing and serving saints into the life, ministry, and mission of this church, and we trust 
that He will do so until He comes again. Edited by Associational Clerk 




JACKSON BAPTIST CHURCH 



45. Larry McClure presented a video tape on "The North Carolina Mission Of- 
fering." 

46. Wayne Simpson, pastor of Buckhorn Baptist Church, read Nehemiah 1:1-11 
and led in prayer. 

47. As special music, Frank Condrey sang "Why Do I Sing About Jesus?" 

48. J.N. Baggett, pastor of Brantleys Grove Baptist Church, brought a message en- 
titled "Do We Really Want Revival?" 

49. The benediction and thanks for the noon meal was given by Joe McLean. 

Wednesday Afternoon 

50. The moderator called the afternoon session to order at 1 : 00 p.m. 

51. The congregation sang "He Leadeth Me." 

52. Mrs. Peggy Furlough, supervisor for Hamilton Home, was given time on the 
program. She expressed appreciation from Hamilton Home for all that West Chowan 
churches had done for them. The residents were especially grateful for the new mat- 
tresses. 

53. Rick Lloyd, pastor of Potecasi Baptist Church, read James 1:16-27 and led in 
prayer. 

54. Time was allotted to Lonnie Armstrong to clarify actions of the state General 
Board in reference to their actions on the Christian Action League. 



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55. Jack Mace, chairman of Place and Preacher Committee, gave the following 
report: The annual meeting in October, 1982 will meet with Creech Memorial Bap- 
tist Church on the first day with Menola Baptist Church as co-host and Earlys 
Church on the second day with Powellsville Church as co-host. The preacher for the 
first day is Henry Boschen with Robbie Parker as alternate. The preacher for the 
second day is James Langford with Cecil Harkey as alternate. 

56. In the absence of D.H. Mc Collough, Jack Mace presented the report of the 
Committee on Ordinations. 

Report of Committee on Ordinations 

During the year the Ordination Committee was asked to examine four men. The 
following men were examined and recommended that they be ordained: 
James Carl Ward by Brantleys Grove Baptist Church 
Edward Charles Revelle by Wakelon Baptist Church 
R.R. (Jack) Lutz bv Capeharts Baptist Church 
Willie McLawhorn by Lasker Baptist Church. 

Respectfully submitted, 
D.H. McCollough, Chairman, 
James Hester, Jack Mace 

57. Steve Thompson gave the report of the Resolutions Committee. 

58. Mrs. Grady Bridgers, Creeksville Baptist Church, spoke in memory of those 
who died during the year. 

59. The Enrollment Committee reported 187 messengers present at Jackson 
Church. The Enrollment Committee from Jackson Church was Mrs. Marion 
Bridgers, Mrs. Rebie Britton, and Mrs. Dot Evans. Messengers present for the two 
days were 216 with 50 'others' reigistered for a total of 266. 

60. The director of missions, Henry Powell, gave his report. He recommended that 
the calendar prepared by the associational officers be our activities for the year. 
Motion carried. 

Associational Missions 

The work of the local Baptist association continues to grow in stature in the work 
of Southern Baptists. Once each decade, a national conference on the Baptist associa- 
tion is held. The last of these, held in September, at Ridgecrest, brought together 
associational, state and S.B.C. leaders for a week's indepth study of the work and 
ministry of the local association. This conference will continue to have far-reaching 
effects on our Southern Baptist World Missions work. 

Dr. J.L. Sullivan, retired president of the Sunday School Board, has been quoted 
as saying that if a church had to chose between its relation to the conventions or the 
local association, it would find the association to be more meaningful. (Fortunately, 
we do not have to make such a choice; but can share in all of our S.B.C. work.) 

The association is a product of the churches. It was created by the churches. It 
owes its beginning, its very existence, and its continuing work, to the churches. The 
association did not create the churches; the churches created the association. 

The association is not a church and does not attempt to do the work that our Lord 
commissioned to His churches. The association is an enabler. It seeks to provide 
assistance to the churches in areas where they cannot minister alone. It seeks to pro- 
vide opportunities for ministry and service in those areas where the local churches 
can do a better job together than they can accomplish alone. It also serves as a re- 



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source center. The state, operating statewide with 3,500 churches, and the S.B.C., 
operating worldwide with 35,000 churches cannot reach the individual churches per- 
sonally. They do not have the manpower nor the resources; nor is this their primary 
responsibility. But the local association can and does. 

Last year, in my report, I made the statement that it was my goal that the West 
Chowan Baptist Association become the most meaningful relation that our churches 
have. That is still my goal. To that end we dedicate ourselves with renewed determi- 
nation. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Henry Powell, Director of Associational Work 

61. The congregation sang the hymn "We'll Work 'Til Jesus Comes." 

62. The time was extended by 10 minutes. 

63. The afternoon service speaker was Garland Hendricks, consultant with the 
state convention's Annuity Board. Dr. Hendricks spoke on "A Road Into Life's Af- 
ternoon and Sunset." 

64. The moderator recognized the incoming of ficers for 1981-82. 

65. Lemar Wheeler, new moderator, gave the benediction. 

66. The annual session was adjourned. 

Bertie Union Meeting 




ROBERTS CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 



The Bertie Union meeting was held at Roberts Chapel Baptist Church on April 
25, 1981. Mr. William G. Lawrence, moderator, presiding. 

Theme for the meeting was "Churchmanship - The Disciples Serving Christ in the 
Churches." Three very timely and important messages were presented around this 
subject. Rev. Larry McClure, area missionary, spoke on "The Three Burning Issues 
Confronting the Church in Our Day." Rev. Elmer Joyner, pastor at Rich Square 
Baptist Church, brought a message on "Characteristics of a Great Churchman." Rev. 
James Hester, pastor of Conway Baptist Church, spoke on "How Did the Church 



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People of the New Testament See Themselves?" 

Lunch was served by the host church assisted by Potecasi Baptist Church. 
In the afternoon session Rev. Randolph Phillips of Roberts Chapel Baptist, gave 
the history of the church. The following officers were nominated and elected for 
next year: 

Moderator: William G. Lawrence, Jr. 
Vice Moderator: W.M. Futrell 
Music Director: Tommy Hayes 
Pianist: Mrs. Arba Godwin 
Secretary: Mrs. Olivia Holloman 
The Nominating Committee was composed of Rev. Lonnie Armstrong, Galatia 
Church; Rev. Randolph Phillips, Roberts Chapel Baptist Church; and Rev. Jack 
Mace, Center Grove/Powellsville Baptist churches. 

The Resolutions Committee composed of Mrs. Jay Porter, Severn; Mrs. Harvey 
Vinson, Menola; Mrs. Ollie Eure, Galatia; and Mrs. Mary Rose Lawrence, Buck- 
horn presented the usual resolutions of appreciation. 

Rev. Henry Powell, director of missions, presented three new pastors: 
Joyner, Rich Square; Hugh Mizelle, Elam; Broken Oliver, Roberts Chapel. 
The meeting closed with prayer by Rev. Henry Powell. 



Elmer 



William G. Lawrence, Jr., moderator, 
Mrs. Olivia Holloman, secretary 




In Loving Memory 



AHOSKIE, FIRST 
Craig Vaughan 
Mrs. N.C. Godwin 
Charles Burkett 
Hubert Holloman 
Mrs. John A. 

North cott 
Mrs. Alma Rawls 
Troy Newsome 
Mrs. J. Bailey 
Barnes, Sr. 
Starkey S. Copeland 
James A. Clark, Jr. 
Miss Mable Roberson 
Dowell Curtis 
Mrs. Kate Pittman 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 
Mrs. Fannie 

Ruth Askew 
Lloyd Brown 

ASKEWVILLE 
Miss Erma Evans 
rs. Etta White 




Mrs. Lottie Hoggard 
Mrs. Callie Mizelle 
Mrs. Lizzie White 
Mrs. Stella Dunlow 
Jessie White 
Gary White 

AULANDER 

George Leonhirth 
Clingie Lewis 
Cecil D. Jernigan 
Mrs. Maybelle Cooke 
Mrs. Helen Hollowell 
Bynum Minton 
Mrs. Paulette D. 

Holloman 
Mrs. Minnie Hoggard 
Mrs. Revah 

Brick house 
Mrs. W E. Marsh 

BETHANY 

Herman Cullipher; 

deacon 
Milton O. Hughes 



BETHEL 

Jack Conwell, deacon 
Kathy Warren 
William Bullock 
Rueben Grizzard 




BETHLEHEM 
Hallie Tinkham, 

deacon 
Wiley Bazemore 
W.C. Cale 

Mrs. Willie Bazemore 

BUCKHORN 
R.H.Taylor 
Mrs. Nona Spruill 
F.S. Howell 

CAPEHARTS 
Federal Taylor 
J.E. Hughes 
Gif ford Davenport 
Grady Baker 
Jesse F. Baker 




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CASHIE 

Mrs. Eva S. Pierce 
Mrs. Hazel Early 
Basil Harden 
Mrs. Nanie C. Pierce 

CENTER GROVE 
Mrs. Allie Dilday 
Mrs. Mary E. Burden 

COLERAIN 

J. Thurman Mitchell 
James Elbert 

Davenport 
Elwood Geyer 
George Baker 
Joseph V. Morris, Sr. 
Mrs. John Brantley 

CON N ARITS A 
Mrs. Cora Williams 
Mrs. Elma Nowell 
Mrs. Verna Early 
Mrs. Vivian Davenport 
Mrs. Ethel Howard 

CONWAY 

Clifton Davis, Sr. 
Mrs. Worda Parker 
Miss Olivia Bridgers 
Mrs. Vesta White 
Basil L. Taylor 

CREECH MEMORIAL 

Mrs. Berth?. 
Newsome 

Lavern Decker 

Mrs. Sallie Green 

Mrs. D.L. Thomas 

Mrs. Hazel Doughtie JACKSON 

James P. Newsome Mrs. Pattie Ehrhart 
CREEKSVILLE Howard Bridgers 

Artie Charles 

John Futrell 

EARLYS 

Mrs. Nancy Winborne 
Randy Nichols 

EDGEWOOD 
Mrs. Jennie R. 
Dun low 



ELAM LASKER 

Mrs. Suzzie Kee Ware Mrs. Mamie Bridgers 
Miss Sallie Birdsong 



ELM GROVE 
Grady Hoggard 
Earl Jernigan 

GALATIA 
H.L. Hasty 
Joe Mack Davis 
Mrs. Emma Butler 
Mrs. Vergie Hedspeth 
W.J. Edwards 
Marvin Flythe 
Morris Hasty 
Mrs. Willie May 

Pitt man 
Miss Lula Wade 
Johnny W. Davis 

GREENS CROSS 
Roland Holliday 
Roy Williams 
Charlie Leggett 

HARRELLSVILLE 
Denny Harmon 
Mrs. H.L. Morris 
George Whitley 

HOLLY GROVE 
Mrs. Catherine 
Smith Stough 



Mrs. Fannie Bryant 
Mrs. Martha Wilder 
Miss Lola Wheeler 
William Burden 

LEWISTON 

Mrs. Mary L. Britton 

MARS HILL 

Jessie Lee Cof ield 
Mrs. Eva Powell 
Cephus Williams 
Clarence Northcott 
Bob Clark 
D.N. Hollowell 
Mrs. Annie Mae Brown 

MEHERRIN 
Ernest S. Bryant 
Jesse W. Vinson 

MENOLA 

Mrs. Betty P. Johnson 
Eugene Lindsey 

MERRY HILL 

Mrs. Lillie Mae White 

MT. CARMEL 
Russell White 



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HOLLY SPRINGS 
Edith Taylor 

HORTON'S 
Joseph Odom 



Mrs. Estelle Deberry 
Raymond Whitehurst 

KELFORD 
Mrs. Lucy 

Stephenson 
Mrs. Rebecca Suther- 
land 



MT. TABOR 
Joe Craig 
J.S. Copeland 
Mrs. J.S. Revelle 

MURFREESBORO 
Mrs. Penny Harrell 
J.M. Long, deacon 
Mrs. Jean Whitley 

OAK GROVE 

Edward Cooke, deacon 
Starkey Lassiter 
Mrs. Betty Brown 

PLEASANT GROVE 
Mrs. Rosa P. Winslow 
Mrs. Cora B. Mulder 




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POTECASI 
John Galloway 
Joe Lingenfelter 
Mrs. Lizzie Lassiter 

POWELLSVILLE 
Charles Brown 
Mrs. Myrtle M. Cowan 
James C. Freeman 
Mrs. Marjorie G. 

Wynns 
Mrs. Celia W. Waters 

REPUBLICAN 
Milton Harmon 

RICH SQUARE 

Mrs. B.P. Stephenson 




ST. JOHN'S 

Miss Addie Edwards 



Herman Edwards 
Eugene Lee 
James Liverman 
Percy Mitchell 
Miss Bell Parker 
Miss Ruth Edwards 

SANDY RUN 

Julian Dee Burden 
Mrs. Ida Byrd Parker 
Claude Bracy 
Mrs. Bertie Sue 

Conwell 
John Elmo Peele, Jr. 

SEABOARD 

Mrs. Lucy Bullock 
C.L. Ferguson 
J. Ramsey Harris 
R. Woodrow Little 
Garland Long 




Mrs. Eunice Matthews 
Charlie H.Yates 

SILOAM 
Lewis White 

UNION 

Mrs. Janet O. Eure 

WINTON 
Emma Smith 
Annette Linkous 

WOODLAND 

Mrs. Mamie Daughtry! 
Mrs. Callie Mizelle 
Mrs. Elizabeth Bell 
Mrs. Agnes Vick 
Vernon Shackelford 
Thomas Harvin 
C.L Liverman 




Honor Roll of Church Clerks 

The following church clerks had their church letters in before or by October 8: 



CHURCH 


CLERK 


Ahoskie, First 


Mrs. Mary Ainsley 


Bethel 


Fenton Mayle, Sr. 


Brantley s Grove 


Mrs. Charlie Godwin 


Capeharts 


Mrs. Eloise Carter 


Cashie 


Miss Janie Hughes 


Christian Harbor 


Mrs. T.L. Norvelle 


Connaritsa 


Mrs. Clyde D. Francis 


Conway 


Raynor Woodard 


Creech Memorial 


John Jernigan 


Creeksville 


Mrs. Leroy Barrett 


Earlys 


J.B. Early 


Edgewood 


Mrs. Bessie Byrum 


Elam 


Thad Harris 


Galatia 


Mrs. Henry Britton 


Greens Cross 


Kenny Mizelle 


Harrellsville 


R.C. Mason, Jr. 


Holly Grove 


Mrs. Eugene Simons 


Holly Springs 


Mrs. Eddie Hollo well 


Horton's 


Mrs. Charlie S. Powell 


Jackson 


Mrs. John H. Parker 


Kelford 


Mrs. Beatrice Copeland 


Lawrence 


Michael Edwards 


Mars Hill 


Mrs. Marcelle Pearce 


Meherrin 


Mrs. Elvin Parker 



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Menola 

Mt. Tabor 

Pleasant Grove 

Potecasi 

Powellsville 

Ross 

Siloam 

Union 

Wakelon 

Woodland 



Mrs. Kate Barber 
Claude King 

Mrs. Margaret B. Dunning 

Stanley Vaughan 

J.C. Hoggard 

Ms. Elizabeth W. Bunch 

Clyde Anders 

Mrs. Roger Miller 

Floyd M. Perry 

Mrs. Leslie White 



This list is in alphabetical order and not in the order the church letters came in. 



AHOSKIE, FIRST: Ordination of Rev. J. Garner Keel, former member, now serv- 
ing as minister of music in Brookhaven, Mississippi. 

BETHANY: New parsonage built and equipped with electrical appliances and all 
new drapes and curtains; air conditioned pastor's study; refinished and bottomed 
65 old chairs; painted three classrooms and carpeted one. 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR: Celebrated our centennial. 

COLERAIN: Altar gifts in memory of Irma Deans Lineberry (brass candelabra and 
vase); received large gift from Many H. White Estate; successful summer youth 
program led by three college volunteers; churchwide pastor appreciation banquet. 

CONNARITSA: A picture of Connaritsa Church done in cross stitch presented to 
the church by Miss Lula Mae Chamblee. 

CREECH MEMORIAL: Ordained Edward Revelle for the ministry. 

CREEKSVILLE: Retired the debt on the fellowship hall on Thanksgiving, 1980 
with a note burning service. 

EARLYS: Built gazebo to house the church bell; purchased new choir robes. 

ELM GROVE: Storm windows added to sanctuary and exterior of buildings re- 
painted. 

GALATIA: Installed storm windows on sanctuary; installed heat pump in sanctu- 
ary; Tommy Glover made commitment to full-time Christian service. 

GREENS CROSS: Deacons ordained November 9, 1980 were Al Jernigan, George 
Harden, and Kenny Mizelle. 

KELFORD: Exterior lighted board erected. 

PLEASANT GROVE: West Chowan Association met with Pleasant Grove in Octo- 
ber, 1980. 

REPUBLICAN: Ordained Miss Peggy Leary as a deaconess. 

SILOAM: Moved into new sanctuary and had dedication of new building on August 
2, 1981. 

WOODLAND: Note burning ceremony for debt free educational annex building. 



Historical Events 




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Associational Calendar 

JANUARY 

4- 8 January Bible Study, Jeremiah 

4 West Chowan Ministers and Wives Meet, 10:30 

5 B.W. Supper Meeting, 7:00, Mt. Tabor 

8- 9 Home Mission Teacher Training, Caraway 

10 Witness Commitment Day (S.B.C.) 

14 Area Music Anthem Reading Clinic, Goldsboro 

18 Conference on Conserving the Results of Evangelism, 7:30-9:00 

19 Church Building Conference, Tarboro 

23 B . Y . W . Enlistment Workshop 

24 Baptist Men's Day (Brotherhood) 

25 Association Acteen Council Meeting, 5:30, Ross 

29-30 Church Training Association Enabling Conference, Caraway 

30 Association Mission Friends Manual Study, 1-4:00 p.m., Ahoskie, First 

31 Association W.M.U. Council Meeting, 2:30, Rich Square 
Associational R.A. Basketball League, January 11 to February 26. 



FEBRUARY 

7 Baptist World Alliance Day (S.B.C.) 

8- 9 Statewide Evangelism Conference, Greensboro 

12 Association Stewardship Seminar 

14- 21 W.M.U. Focus Week 

15- 19 Area Doctrinal Study Seminar (Church Training) 
19-20 Youth Handbell Festival, Meredith College 

21 Baptist Seminary, College, Schools Day 

21- 24 Home Mission Study 

22- 25 Continuing Education for Pastors, Caraway 

23 Associational Evangelism Rally, 7:30, Helms Center, Chowan College 

25 State V.B.S. Clinic, Tarboro, First Baptist Church 

25 Association Acteen Mission Study Class, 7:00, Harrellsville 

26-27 State Adult Handbell Festival, Fayetteville, Snyder Memorial Baptist 
Church 

26-27 Statewide High School Seniors' Retreat, Caraway (B.S.U.) 

27 Association W.M.U. Council Meeting, 2:00 



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MARCH 

1 West Chowan Ministers and Wives Meet, 10:30 

1 Sunday School Action Enrollment (simultaneous revival preparation) 

6 Associational Baptist Youth Night, 7:30, Lewiston, First 

5- 6 State Youth Choir Festi val/ Workshop, W.F.U. 

5- 6 State R.A. Basketball Sectional Playoffs 

7- 14 W.M.U. Week of Prayer and Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for 

Home Missions 

8- 13 Youth Week (S.B.C.) 

1 1 Church Extension Growth Conference, Raleigh 

12-13 Language Missions Conference, Caraway 

14 Home Missions Day in the Sunday School 

14-28 Simultaneous Revivals 

1 9-20 State W.M.U. Annual Meeting, Greensboro 

26-28 State Pioneer Congress (R.A.) 

29 Association General Board Meeting, 7:30, Ahoskie, First 

30 Association Y.B.W. Banquet, 6:30 

APRIL 

1- 2 G.A. activity 

2- 3 State Church Media/Library Conference, Raleigh 

5 West Chowan Ministers and Wives Meet, 10:30 

6 Association W.M.U. Annual Meeting, Askewville 
11 Easter Sunday 

16-17 R.A. Counselors Backpacking (State Brotherhood) 

16-18 State Acteens Queens Court, Ridgecrest 

18 Cooperative Program Day in the Sunday School 
19-23 Doctrine Study Week (Church Training - S.B.C.) 

19 Association B.Y.W. Banquet 

19-21 North Carolina Church Musicians Conference, Caraway 

20 State Church Building Conference, Raleigh 

24 State Missions Action Workshop, Wilson, First Baptist Church 
23-25 Family Camping Weekend. Caraway 

23-25 Pioneer R.A. Backpacking Trip (junior and senior high grades 7-12) 

23-24 Crusader R.A. (grades 4-6) Overnight Camp, Camp Caraway 

23-24 State Baptist Youth Convention, Charlotte 

25 Life Commitment Day (S.B.C.) 

26 Association Vacation Bible School Clinics: 9-12 a.m., Galatia Baptist 

Church; 7-9:30 p.m., Mars Hill Baptist Church 
30-May 1 Crusader R.A. (grades 1-3) Overnight Camp, Camp Caraway 
30-May 2 Family Camping Weekend, Camp Caraway 

MAY 

1 Association R.A. Track Meet, Ahoskie High Field 

2 Senior Adult Day (S.B.C.) 

2- 9 Christian Home Week (S.B.C.) 

3 West Chowan Ministers and Wives Meet, 10:30 

3- 4 State Senior Adult Rally, Greensboro 

7- 8 State Day Camp and Campcraf t Workshop 

9 Mothers' Day 

10-12 State Key Leader Conference, Ridgecrest 

14-15 State R.A. Track Meet 

14-15 State Y.B.W. Retreat, Camp Mundo Vista 



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14 



17 
17-19 
19-21 
21-22 

22 

25 

24 
28-29 
28-29 

29 

29 

JUNE 

6 
7 

13-14 

14 
15-17 

20 

21 

24 

25- 27 
28 

28-30 
28-July 3 

JULY 

8- 10 
11 
12 

12-16 
17 
23-24 

26- 28 

AUGUST 
8 

9- 11 
12-14 

12 
13 

19- 21 

20- 21 
22 



Associational Emphasis Week: Week of Prayer for Associational 
Missions 

Association Church Training Tournament Meeting (Children's Bible 
Memory Work Drill, Younger Youth Scripture Searching Drill, 
Older Youth Speakers Tournament), Siloam Baptist Church 

Association Acteen Council, 5:30, Union 

State Senior Adult Conference, Caraway 

State Senior Adult Conference, Caraway 

State Church Training Convention (eastern area), Goldsboro 

State Church Training Tournaments (Bible Drills and Speakers 
Touranment, Goldsboro 

Association's Church Key Leader Conference, Ahoskie, First, 8:00 p.m. 

Association W.M.U. Council Meeting, 7:30, Colerain Baptist Church 

Conference for Associational R. A. Directors, Camp Caraway 

Couples' Retreat, Camp Mundo Vista 

Association B.W. Prayer Retreat, 1:30, Chowan College 

Association G. A. Day Camp (grades 2 and 3) 



Religious Liberty Sunday (S.B.C.) 
West Chowan Ministers and Wives Meet 
Southern W.M.U. Convention, New Orleans 
Camp Caraway open for summer R. A. camping 
Southern Baptist Convention, New Orleans 
State Youth Speakers Tournament Finals 
Association Mission Action Workshop, Union 
Association Executive Committee, 8:00 p.m., Assocation's Office, 
Ahoskie 

Couples in Mission Retreat, Camp Caraway 

Association General Board Meeting, 8:00 p.m., First Baptist Church, 
Ahoskie 

Association G.A. Camp, Chowan College 
Mars Hill Preachers' Week, Mars Hill College 



Association Acteen Camp 

Christian Literature Day (S.B.C.) 

West Chowan Ministers and Wives Meet, 10:30 

State Children's Choir Camp, Mars Hill College 

State Association W.M.U. Officers Workshop 

"M" Night Training Workshop (Church Training) for Association 

Church Training Directors 
North Carolina Ministers' Wives' Retreat, Caraway 



Language Missions Day (S.B.C.) 

Statewide Sunday School Leadership Mini Week, Caraway 
Statewide Sunday School Leadership Mini Week, Caraway 
Single Adult Day (S.B.C.) 

Sunday School Preparation Readiness Clinic, East 
State Happiness Retreat (Exceptional Persons), Caraway 
State Lay Witness Training Conference, Camp Caraway 
On-To-College Day (B.S.U.) 



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1 . Ahoskie - 7C 

2. Ashley's Grove 

3. Askewville - 7E 

4. Aulander - 6D 

5. Bethany -8D 

6. Bethel - 3B 

7. Bethlehem -8C 
8 Brantley's Grove - 7C 
9. Buckhorn - 7A 

10. Capeharts-8E 

11. Cashie-7F 

12. Center Grove -7D 

13. Christian Harbor - 8C 

14. Coierain-8D 

15. Connaritsa - 6D 

16. Conway -5B 

17. Creech Memorial - 7C 

18. Creekville-5B 

19. Earley's-6C 

20. Edgewood Chapel - 7E 

21. Elam-3B 

22. Elm Grove - 8D 

23. Galatia-5A 

24. Green's Cross - 8E 

25. Harrellsville - 8C 

26. Hebron - 6B 




Churches of the 
West Chowan 
Baptist Association 



27. Holly Grove -7D 

28. Holly Springs - 7C 

29. Horton's - 6C 

30. Jackson - 4B 

31. Kelford-5D 

32. Lasker - 5B 

33. Lawrence - 7F 

34. Lewiston - 5E 

35. Margarettsville - 4A 

36. Mars Hill - 8D 

37. Meherrin -6B 

38. Menola-6C 

39. Merry Hill - 8E 

40. Mount Carmel - 4B 

41. Mount Tabor -7B 

42. Murfreesboro - 6B 

43. Oak Grove -6C 

44. Pleasant Grove - 6C 

45. Potecasi-5B 

46. Powellsville - 7D 

47. Republican - 6E 

48. Rich Square - 5C 

49. Riverside - 8E 

50. Robert's Chapel -5A 

51. Ross - 8E 

52. Sandy Run- 5D 



53. Seaboard -4A 

54. Severn - 5A x 

55. Siloam-7F 

56. St. John's -6C 

57. Union - 7C 

58. Wakelon-8D 

59. Winton-7B 

60. Woodland - 5C 



23- 25 State Equipping for Church Training Growth, Caraway 

27-28 State Church Brotherhood Directors' Confernece, Camp Caraway 

27 Youth Evangelism Night, Fayetteville 

28 Youth Evangelism Night, Greensboro 

29 Association W.M .U. Council Meeting, 2:30, Meherrin 

30 Association Acteen Council Meeting, 5:30, Meherrin 
West Chowan Ministers and Wives Family Picnic 

SEPTEMBER 

3- 4 Foreign Mission Teacher Training, Caraway 

5- 8 Regional Brotherhood Workshops and Missionary Education Dialogues 

(Brotherhood) 

5-11 Brotherhood Leadership Week (S.B.C.) 

10-11 Youth Council Retreat, Caraway 

10- 11 Volunteer Music Directors' Retreat, Goldsboro 

12 Single Adult Day (S.B.C.) 

13 West Chowan Minsters and Wives Meet, 10:30 

13 Association W.M.U. Leadership Conference, 7-9:00, Colerain 

14 Associational Sunday School Leadership Night 

16- 17 Youth Outreach Workshops (State Sunday School) 

17- 18 State Sunday School Workers Convention, Ridgecrest 
17-18 Area Deacons Conference, Caswell 

17- 18 Volunteer Church Music Directors Conference, Caraway and Tarboro, 

First Baptist Church 

18 Region I Church Leader Conference, Camp Cale 

20-24 Area Developing Discipleship Rallies for Church Training Children's 
Workers 

21 Association W.M.U. Leadership Conference, 7-9:00 p.m., Murfreesboro 

16 Association Executive Committee, 8:00 p.m., Association Office 

24- 25 State Adult Choir Festival/Workshop, Meredith College 

20 Association General Board, 8:00 p.m., Ahoskie, First Baptist 

24-25 Youth Council Retreat, Caraway 

26- Oct. 3 Sunday School Preparation Week 

27- 28 Associational Sunday School Group Training Schools 

OCTOBER 

2- 3 Crusaders (grades 1-3) Overnight Camp, Caraway 

3- 10 Week of Prayer and Offering North Carolina Mission Ministries 

4 West Chowan Ministers and Wives Meet, 10:30 

4- 5 Associational Sunday School Group Training Schools 
4- 6 State Areawide Christian Life Conference 

4- 6 Evangelism Leadership Conference, Caraway 

6, 13, 20, 27 Cooperative Program Midweek Emphasis 

8- 9 All-Age Sunday School Worker Convention, Caraway 

8- 9 R.A. Counselor Campcraft Training, Camp Caraway 

11- 13 Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 
13-15 Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 
15-16 Area Deacons Conference 

15-16 Area Sunday School Convention, Rocky Mount 

15-17 Family Camping Weekend, Camp Caraway 

15-16 R.A. Crusader (grades 4-6), Overnight Camp, Camp Caraway 

15-16 State Y.B.W. Convention, Ridgecrest 

18- 19 Statewide Church Secretaries Seminar, Caraway 



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19-20 Annual Session, West Chowan Baptist Association 

29-30 State B.Y.W. Convention, Ridgecrest 

30 Children's Choir Festival/Workshop, Greensboro 

NOVEMBER 

1 West Chowan Ministers and Wives Meet, 10:30 

7- 14 R. A. Focus Week 

8- 12 Area Equipping Center Seminars, Church Training 
13-14 State Baptist Men's Convention, Fayetteville 

14 American Bible Society Day (S. B.C.) 

15-17 Baptist State Convention, Fayetteville 

19-20 State Literacy Workshop, Caraway 

20 State Crusader R.A. Congresses 

21 Child Care Day (S.B.C) 

22 Associational Church Training "M" Night Meeting, Meherrin Baptist 

Church 

28-Dec. 5 W.M.IL Week of Prayer and Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for 
Foreign Missions 

DECEMBER 

5 Foreign Mission Day in the Sunday School 

6 West Chowan Ministers and Wives Christmas Luncheon Meeting 
9 Association Executive Committee, 7:30, Association Office 

13 Association General Board, 7:30, Ahoskie, First 

26 Student Day at Christmas (S.B.C.-B.S.U.) 



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Church Directory 



Missions Operated by Church 



Ahoskie, First Guardian Care Nursing Home 

Rich Square Roanoke Valley Nursing Home 

Ordained Ministers 

(Other Than Pastors) 

Ahoskie, First Francis L. Cordrey, Rt. 2 Box 45-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Edwin C. Dacus, 614 W. First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creech Memorial Henry Powell, P.O. Box 215, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Hargus Taylor, Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 



Rowland S. Pruette, Dogwood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
B. Franklin Lowe, Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Bela Udvarnoki, Woodbridge Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Bruce E. Whitaker, Pine Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Philip Royce, Holly Hill Rd., Murfreesboro 27855 < 
Clifton Collins, Murfreesboro 27855 
Earl Parker, Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Charles Paul, Woodland Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 



Powellsville Cecil E. Rose, P.O. Box 148, Powellsville 27967 

Seaboard Paul T. Worrell, P.O. Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Ministers Licensed During the Year 

Aulander John Norton 

Bethlehem Ed Revelle, Rt. 4 Box 357, Ahoskie 27910 

Meherrin Andy Robbins, P.O. Box 627, Boiling Springs 28017 

Potecasi Stanley Keith Vaughan, P.O. Box 276, Potecasi 27867 

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Ministers Ordained During the Year 

Capeharts Jack Lutz, Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Creech Memorial Ed Revelle, Rt. 4 Box 357, Ahoskie 27910 

Assistant Pastors 

Ahoskie, First Irby B. Jackson, P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Ministers of Youth 

Ahoskie, First Don Gober, P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Organists or Pianists 

Ahoskie, First William R. Raynor, P.O. Box 40, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Vera Futrell, Rt. 1, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mrs. Mary L. Jernigan, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 



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Aulander Mrs. Sylvia Vaughan, Rt. 1 Box 23-A, Eure 27935 

Bethany Mrs. Cleo Lee, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Linda Ricks, Rt. 1, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem John R. Moore, Rt. 4 Box 100, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantleys Grove Mrs. June White, Rt. 3 Box \94V 2 , Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. H.K. Taylor, P.O. Box 38, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Sue Doris White, Rt. 2 Box 173, Colerain 27924 

Cashie Mrs. Tom Brooks, Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mrs. Arba Godwin, Rt. 1 Box 56, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. T.L. Griffin, Rt. 1 Box 92, Cofield 27922 

Colerain Mrs. Don Craft, 516 N. Pembroke Av., Ahoskie 27910 

Connaritsa Mrs. C.E. Baker, P.O. Box 57, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. J.A. Fleetwood, P.O. Box 6, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mrs. Sonya Woodard, 909 N. Mitchell St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Milton Strickland, Rt. 2 Box 399, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mrs. W.D. Morris, Rt. 1 Box 111, Gates 27937 

Edgewood Mrs. Diane Dunlow, N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Elam Joey Davis, P.O. Box 133, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mrs. Rita Dawson, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Elliott Davis, Rt. 1 Box 59, Seaboard 27876 

Greens Cross Mrs. Yvonne Williams; 705 S. Queen St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Mary Lou Earley, P.O. Box 176, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Ruth Chitty, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mrs. Thomas E. Ruffin, Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Kathy Blowe, Rt. 1, Winton 27986 

Horton's Mrs. Ruffie Phelps, Rt. 2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mrs. Roy Biggerstaff, Church St., Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. M.K. Vick, P.O. Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Steve Harding, Rich Square 27869 

Lawrence Mrs. Kay Barnacascel, Rt. 2 box 454-F, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston Mrs. Ruby Joyner, P.O. Box 220, Lewiston 27849 

Margarettesville Mrs. Edgar Vaughan, P.O. Box 32, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Carrie Brown, Rt. 1 Box 373, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. Henry Miller, Rt. 1 Box 411, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Vernie Vinson, Rt. 1 Box 245, Woodland 27897 

Mt. Carmel Betty Long, Rt. 1 Box 28-B, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. T.S. Benthall, Rt. 3, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Mrs. John Gosnell, Holly Hill Rd., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Greg Barmer, P.O. Box 42, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Ricky Perry, Rt. 1 Box 272-A, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Ms. Annie D. Wood, Rt. 2, Conway 27820 

Powellsville Mrs. Julia Godwin, Rt. 3 Box 199-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mrs. Rebecca Lilley, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Keith Vaughan, Potecasi 27867 

Riverside Miss Lynette Finch, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel Mrs. Sandra Woodard, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Linda Harrell, Rt. 2 Box 222, Colerain 27924 

St. John's Mrs. Josephine Askew, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Sandy Run Bennie J. Reynolds, P.O. Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Miss Elizabeth Harris, Church St., Seaboard 27876 

Siloam Mrs. Wanda Speller, Rt. 3, Williamston 27892 

Union Mrs. Lawrence Sumner, Rt. 2 Box 74, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Miss Trucy Belch, Rt. 2 Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Louise Wagner, P.O. Box 415, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. James Clark, Spruce St., Woodland 27897 



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Media Center (Church Library) Directors 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. Louise Garrett, 421 First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Askewville Mrs. Bessie Mitchell, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Mrs. Shelton Leggett, 303 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Milton Holloman, Rt. 1, Harrellsville 27942 

Harrellsville Mrs. R.C. Mason, Jr., P.O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Lasker Mrs. Talmadge Barnes, Rich Square 27869 

Meherrin Mrs. Vidie S. Francis, Rt. 1 Box 88, Murfreesboro 27855 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Susan Smith, Rt. 1, Box 383, Murfreesboro 27855 

Ross Mrs. Joseph R. Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 328, Windsor 27983 

Woodland Mrs. John Vaughan, Sr., Main St., Woodland 27897 

List of Pastors 

Ahoskie, First James E. Langford, P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Larry W. Bradley, Rt. 1 Box 99, Conway 27820 

Askewville Franklin Stansbury, Rt. 3 Box 225, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Calvin W. Parker, Jr., P.O. Box 220, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Cecil Harkey, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 142-A, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Thomas R. Edwards, Rt. 1 Box 90, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Ed Revelle, Rt. 4 Box 357, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantleys Grove J.N. Baggett, Rt. 4 Box 245-C, Windsor 27983 

Buckhorn Wayne Simpson, P.O. Box 67, Como 27818 

Capeharts Jack Lutz, Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Jack W. Byrd, 101 Gray St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Jack Mace, P.O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Christian Harbor Michael Hill, P.O. Box 5, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Bennie E. Pledger, P.O. Box 126, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Robert C. White, P.O. Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Conway James E. Hester, P.O. Box 158, Conway 27820 

Creeksville Harold Scott, Rt. 2 Box 284, Conway 27820 

Earleys W.D. Morris, Rt. 1 Box 111, Gates 27937 

Edgewood J.S. Polinski, Rt. 3 Box 81, Windsor 27983 

Elam Hugh W. Mizelle, P.O. Box 37, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Hubert Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 330, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Lonnie R. Armstrong, Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876 

Greens Cross Daniel M. Spell, Rt. 2 Box 146, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Michael Hill, P.O. Box 5, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Tony Futrell, P.O. Box 102, Woodland 27897 

Holly Springs J.N. Baggett, Rt. 4 Box 245-C, Windsor 27983 

Horton's Robert C. White, P.O. Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Joe D. McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Henry Boschen, P.O. Box 37, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Willie McLawhorn, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence C.E. Thomas, P.O. Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Lewiston D.H. McCollough, P.O. Box 130, Lewiston 27849 

Margarettsville P.T. Worrell, P.O. Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Meherrin Gerald K. Riggs, 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Keith White, P.O. Box 147, Aulander 27805 

Merry Hill C.E. Thomas, Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel P.T. Worrell, P.O. Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Jack Calloway, Rt. 3 Box 81-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Thomas H. Caulkins, 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 



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Oak Grove Keith White, P.O. Box 147, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Howard Corley, Rt. 1 Box 39, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Richard L. Lloyd, P.O. Box 277, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Jack Mace, P.O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Danny Poyner, P.O. Box 194, Buies Creek 27502 

Rich Square Elmer Lee Joyner, P.O. Box 589, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Donald L. Clinton, P.O. Box 96, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel Broken Oliver, P.O. Box 111, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Garry L. Mickey, Rt. 3 Box 311, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Donald J. Christian, Rt. 2 Box 104, Ahoskie 27910 

Sandy Run H. LeRoy Huthmacher, P.O. Box 95, Roxobel 27872 

Siloam Doyle Holder, Rt. 4 Box 730, Windosr 27983 

Union Steven Thompson, Rt. 2 Box 54, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Ed Revelle, Rt. 4 Box 357, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton Donald S. Wagner, P.O. Box 415, Winton 27986 

Woodland J. Lemar Woodland, P.O. Box 444, Woodland 27897 

List of Sunday School Directors 

Ahoskie, First Randy Britton, 612 Lakeview Dr., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove James Vinson, Jr., Rt. 1, Conway 27820 

Askewville Elbert Cowan, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander C.W. White, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 4, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Wayne Lee, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Tony Mumford, Rt. 1, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Robert Bazemore, Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Brantleys Grove Henry Dilday, Rt. 4 Box 449, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Philip Howell, Rt. 1 Box 60, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Eloise Carter, Rt. 1 Box 277, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Shelton Leggett, 303 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Robert Brantley, Rt. 1 Box 62-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor W.H. Joyner, Box 3, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Alton Pierce, Box 52, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Lindsey Chamblee, Rt. 2 Box 113-A, Aulander 27805 

Conway C.J. Watson, Box 308, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Emmett Casper, Rt. 1, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Leon Galloway, Rt. 2 Box 398, Conway 27820 

Earleys R.E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Harvey Bowen, Rt. 3 Box 82, Windsor 27983 

Elam Leon Dickens, Rt. 1 Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Galatia James Barnes, Rt. 1 Box 94, Margarettsville 27853 

Greens Cross Al Jernigan, Rt. 3 Box 411-G, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Jimmy Cotton, Rt. 1 Box 111-A, Cofield 27922 

Hebron Mason Beale, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Eugene Simons, Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Curtis Eure, Rt. 3 Box 12-R, Ahoskie 27910 

Horton's Joe E. Phelps, Rt. 2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Ronald Boone, Calhoun St., Jackson 27845 

Kelford M.K. Vick, Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Grady Flythe, Jr., Lasker 27848 

Lawrence James E. White, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston Robert Williford, Box 44, Lewiston 27849 

Mars Hill Darvin Davidson, Rt. 1, Colerain 27924 



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Meherrin Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola David E. Brinkley, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Bert Willis, Jr., Box 145, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Leslie Long, Rt. 1 Box 28-B, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Donnie Parker, Rt. 3, Ahoskie 27910 

Oak Grove Douglas Miller, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Joe Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 6, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Stanley Vaughan, Box 276, Potecasi 27867 

Powdlsville Truitt Taylor, Rt. 1 Box 5-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Edwin Parker, Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Ted Tyler, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Clarance Williams, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel Randolph Phillips, Box 65, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Wallace Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 325, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Julian Blowe, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Sandy Run J. Lebron Morris, Box 7, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard C.C. Howell, Long Ext., Seaboard 27876 

Siloam A.L. Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983 

Union Harold Moore, Rt. 2 Box 71, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Paul Williams, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Charles Edwards, Box 179, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. John Underwood, Woodland 27987 

List of Church Training Directors 

Askewville David Bunch, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Bethel Mrs. Reba Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Creech Memorial Malcolm Bracy, 302 Cherry St., Ahoskie 27910 

Elm Grove John D. Mizelle, Rt. 2, Colerain 27957 

Galatia Mrs. Travis Taylor, Rt. 1 Box 197, Pendleton 27862 

Greens Cross Mrs. Mary Castelloe, Rt. 2 Box 145, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Tabor Billy Daniels, Rt. 3, Ahoskie 27910 

Siloam . , Robert Whitaker, Rt. 4, Williamston 27892 

Union Mrs. Roger Miller, Rt. 2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910 

List of Music Directors 

Ahoskie, First William Don Gober, P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Trudy Gibson, Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Patsy Bryant, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Bethany Wayne Lee, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Brantleys Grove G.L. Ross, Rt. 2 Box 245-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. William G. Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Cashie Mrs. Joe Spruill, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Center Grove Mrs. Jack Mace, P.O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Christian Harbor E.G. Blythe, Rt. 1 Box 30, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Don Craft, 516 N. Pembroke St., Ahoskie 27910 

Connaritsa Mrs. C.E. Baker, P.O. Box 57, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Julian Liverman, P.O. Box 56, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Billy Woodard, 909 N. Mitchell St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Bahnson Bryant, P.O. Box 202, Jackson 27845 

Earlys Mrs. W.D. Morris, Rt. 1 Box 111, Gates 27937 

Elam Leon Dickens, Rt. 1 Box 259, Garysburg 27831 



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Elm Grove Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Galatia . Mrs. Merrell Gay, Rt. 1 Box 95-A, Seaboard 27876 

Greens Cross Mr. Rhoda Lawrence, Rt. 2 Box 141, Windsor 27983 

Hebron Mrs. Carolyn Futrell, P.O. Box 102, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Thomas E. Ruffin, Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Jackson Mrs. Roy Biggerstaff, Church St., Jackson 27845 

Lasker Mrs. Wanda Britton, Rt. 1 Box 151-F, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence W.W. Daniels, 702 Center St., Windsor 27983 

Lewiston Diane Hoggard, Williamston 27892 

Margarettsville Mrs. R.O. Glover, Rt. 1, Margarettsville 27853 

Meherrin Robert G. Mulder, Jr., 385 Franklin Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Merry Hill Bert Willis, Jr., Box 145, Merry Hill 27597 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. F.E. Holloman, Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro James Chamblee, Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Lucille M. Hoggard, P.O. Box 3, George 27833 

Powellsville Mrs. Jack Mace, P.O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Rich Square Keith Vaughan, Potecasi 27867 

Roberts Chapel Mrs. Joan Home, Rt. 1 Box 91, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Joseph R. Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 328, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mrs. Geraldine Newsome, Rt. 1 Box 118, Aulander 27805 

Sandy Run Bennie J. Reynolds, P.O. Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. George Hall, Church St., Seaboard 27876 

Siloam Leroy Mobley, 1810 W. Main St., Williamston 27892 

Union Mrs. Mike Blowe, Rt. 2 Box 79, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Joan J. Downs, P.O. Box 127, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. James Clark, Spruce St., Woodland 27897 

List of W.M .U. Directors 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. Malcolm Copeland, 915 W. Stokes St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Emily Martin, Milwaukee 27854 

Askewville Mrs. Martha L. White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mrs. Cleo Tinkham, Box 171, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Nadine Hewitt, Rt. 2 Box 143, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Linda Mayle, Rt. 1, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mrs. W.S. Bazemore, Rt. 1 Box 23, Cofield 27922 

Brantleys Grove Mrs. S.W. Godwin. Rt. 3 Box 195, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. R.G. Whitley, Rt. 1 Box 50, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Danny McClenny, Rt. 1 Box 39, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mrs. Nora W. Harris, 101 E. Carroll St., Windsor 27983 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Earl Lowe, Rt. 1 Box 41, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Lee Newsome, Box 112, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mrs. Jeanette Tinkham, Box 392, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Lawrence Ricks, Rt. 1 Box 77, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mrs. Henry Powell, Box 215, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Grady Bridgers, Rt. 1 Box 119, Jackson 27845 

Earlys Mrs. L.P. Britton, 816 W. Church St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Mrs. Lucille Dunlow, Rt. 3 Box 60-D, Windsor 27983 

Elam Mrs. C.B. Painter, Rt. 1 Box 269, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Mrs. Hubert Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 330, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Ben Harris, Rt. 1 Box 195, Pendleton 27862 

Greens Cross Mrs. Reginald Asbell, Rt. 2 Box 188, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. C.R. Crawford, Box 69, Cofield 27922 



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Jackson Mrs. William Barrow, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Mary Vick, Rt. 1, Kelford 27842 

Lasker Mrs. Blannie Britton, Rt. 1 Box 150, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence Mrs. Linda Harden, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Margarretsville Mrs. R.O. Glover, Rt. 1 Box 130, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Margie Hollowell, Rt. 1, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. G.B. Warren, 508 Meherrin Av., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Margaret L. Brown, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Mrs. Janie Thomas, Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Judith Barnes, Rt. 1, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Jean Lamb, Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Glenn White, Jr., Darlene St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. T.C. Miller, Rt. 1 Box 222, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Mrs. Clyde Jenkins, Box 27, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Mrs. Ruth Rose, Box 148, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Mrs. Wilson Jernigan, Rt. 1, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Esther Davis, Rich Square 27869 

Roberts Chapel Mrs. Lois Edwards, Box 55, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Garry Mickey, Rt. 3 Box 311, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mrs. Josephine Askew, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Sandy Run Mrs. J. Lebron Morris, Box 7, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Calvin Maddrey, Eastwood St., Seaboard 27876 

Siloam Peggy Anders, Rt. 2 Box 90, Windsor 27983 

Union Mrs. B.A. Peterson, Rt. 2 Box 51, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mrs. Edith Bryant, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Connie E. Piland, Box 468, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Gilbert Timberlake, Main St., George 27833 

List of Brotherhood Directors 

Ashley's Grove Raymond Little, Rt. 2 Box 90-1, Conway 27820 

Askewville Allen G. White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander J.E. Skinner, Rt. 1 Box 2-A, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Haywood White, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Sr., Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantleys Grove Lloyd Dunlow, Rt. 3 Box 171-D, Ahoskie 27910 

Cashie Dalton White, Aulander Hwy., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Robert E. White, Rt. 1 Box 91, Ahoskie 27910 

Colerain A.D. Jernigan, Jr., Box 186, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Henry Spruill, Box 275, Aulander 27805 

Conway Johnny Reynolds, Rt. 1 Box 60, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Robert Askew, 1008 N. Academy St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Elliott Lee Ricks, Rt. 2 Box 263, Conway 27820 

Elam Z.L. Davenport, Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Henry Britton, Rt. 1 Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Greens Cross Reginald Asbell, Rt. 2 Box 188, Windsor 27983 

Lasker Wallace Daughtry, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence W.G. Sallenger, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Charles Long, Box 536, Lewiston 27849 

Meherrin Clinton Evans, Rt. 1 Box 13, Murfreesboro 27855 

Merry Hill Owen Barfield, Box 116, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor CM. King, Rt. 1 Box 368-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Philip Royce, Holly Hill Rd., Murfreesboro 27855 



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Pleasant Grove Douglas Rawls, Rt. 1 Box 34, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Joe Lassiter, Woodland 27897 

Riverside Milton Cullipher, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel Horace Outland, Jr., Severn 27877 

Ross Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406-A, Windsor 27983 

Seaboard Tommy Flythe, Hwy. 186 W., Seaboard 27876 

Siloam A.L. Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983 

Union Mike Blowe, Rt. 2 Box 79, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton Robert A. Newsome, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 126, Cofield 27922 

Woodland Leslie White, Woodland Av., Woodland 27897 

List of Treasurers 

Ahoskie Miss Anne Hill, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Sarah Askew, Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Bennie White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mrs. Sarah Johnson, Rt. 1 Box 285-B, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Everett Miller, Rt. 2 Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Bethel P.L. Daniel, Rt. 1 Box 81, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mrs. W.S. Bazemore, Rt. 1 Box 23, Cofield 27922 

Brantleys Grove Mrs. G.L. Ross, Rt. 2 Box 257-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. Oscar Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 55, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Lois Hughes, 142 Morris CI., Edenton 27932 

Cashie Ulrich Mizelle, 304 Winston Ln., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove David Brinklev, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 92-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. J.L. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 131-A, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain H.O. Harrell, Box 115, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Roy Francis, Rt. 4 Box 91, Ahoskie 27910 

Conway Mrs. Julian Liverman, Box 56, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial T.J. Casper, 616 Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Grady Bridgers, Rt. 1 Box 119, Jackson 27845 

Earleys R.E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood John C. Baker, Wayland Dr., Windsor 27983 

Elam William Stephenson, Box 12, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mrs. Helen Jernigan, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Billy Britton, Rt. 1 Box 173, Pendleton 27862 

Greens Cross Mrs. Margaret Mizelle, 1004 Taylor St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Linda VanLoton, Box 71, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Walter Miles, Box 251, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Carol Francis, Rt. 1 Box 203, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Helen Miller, Rt. 1, Winton 27986 

Horton's Mrs. Francis Bazemore, Box 465, Windsor 27983 

Jackson C.W. Bass, School St., Jackson 27845 

Kelford Franklin Lewis, Box 31, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Eleanor Elks, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence W.J. Barnacascel, Rt. 2 Box 455, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston C.H. Edwards, Box 257, Lewiston 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. Leonora Vaughan, Rt. 1, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hills Mrs. Margaret Davidson, Rt. 1, Colerain 29824 

Meherrin Henry Miller, Rt. 1 Box 411, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Miss Sally A. Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Roy Pierce, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Evelyn Stephenson, Rt. 1, Jackson 27845 

Mt. Tabor F.E. Holloman, Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 



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Murfreesboro Cecil M. Forehand, Jr., E. High St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mr. & Mrs. Colie Rawls, Rt. 1 Box 454, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Eileen R. Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 2, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Mrs. Elsie B. Jenkins, Rt. 2 Box 347, Conway 27820 

Powellsville Mrs. Donna Tayloe, Rt. 1 Box 5-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Clifton Ward, N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Edith Strickland, Box 373, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Ben Adams, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel Stanley H. Barnes, Rt. 1 Box 52-R, Pendleton 27862 

Ross C. Owen White, Rt. 2 Box 249-A, Colerain 27924 

St. John's Mrs. Carolyn Harrell, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Sandy Run Mrs. George R. Bishop, Box 12, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Miss Mary E. Little, Galatia Rd., Seaboard 27876 

Siloam Joseph Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 755, Windsor 27983 

Union Mrs. C.J. Liverman, Rt. 2 Box 82, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mrs. Agnes Belch, Rt. 2 Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton Gloria J. Thum, Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland John Outland, Jr., Main St., Woodland 27897 

List of Church Clerks 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. Mary Ainsley, 411 West St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove. Mrs. Louise H. Vann, Box 157, Conway 27820 

Askewville Dancy G. White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander T.H. Griffith, Box 81, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Rachel H. Ayers, Rt. 2 Box 140, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Sr., Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Dennison Wiggins, Rt. 1 Box 40, Cofield 27922 

Brantleys Grove Mrs. Charlie Godwin, Rt. 3 Box 12-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Wijliam G. Lawrence, 214 Liberty, Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Mrs. Debra Daniels, Rt. 3 Box 366, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Miss Janie Lee Hughes, 401 Cale St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Otis C. Payne, 421 Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. T.L. Rorvelle, Star Rt. Box 40, Colerain 27924 

Colerain Lin wood Mitchell, Rt. 1 Box 132, Harrellsville 27942 

Connaritsa Mrs. Clyde D. Francis, Rt. 2 Box 114, Aulander 27805 

Conway J. Raynor Woodard, Box 325, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Robert Askew, 1008 N. Academy, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Leroy Barrett, Rt. 1 Box 105, Seaboard 27876 

Earleys J.B. Early, Rt. 1 Box 28-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Mrs. Irene Perry, Rt. 3 Box 60-C, Windsor 27983 

Elam Thad Harris, Box 32, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 351, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt. 1 Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Greens Cross Miss Carol Williams, 705 S. Queen St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville R.C. Mason, Jr., Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mrs. Eugene Simons, Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Sandra Hollowell, Rt. 1 Box 115, Cofield 27922 

Horton's Mrs. Charlie Powell, Rt. 2 Box 45, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mrs. Helen Stephenson, Buxton St., Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Beatrice Copeland, Box 21, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Wilson Askew, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Michael Edwards, Rt. 2 Box 370, Windsor 27983 



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Lewiston Mrs. Charles P. Vaughan. Box 235, Lewiston 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. Edgar Vaughan, Box 32, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. Elvin Parker, Rt. 1 Box 413, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Kate S. Barber, Rt. 1 Box 246, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill L.T. Jackson, Rt. 2 Box 424i/ 2 , Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Betty Long, Rt. 1 Box 28-B, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor CM. King, Rt. 1 Box 368-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Pat Edwards, Forest Cir., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mr. 8c Mrs. Colie Rawls, Rt. 1 Box 454, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Margaret B. Dunning, Rt. 1 Box 43, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Stanley Vaughan, Box 276, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville J.C. Hoggard'Box 215, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Reddick White, Jr., 301 Sterlingworth St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Pat Bennett, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Walter S. Dunlow, Rt. 1 Box 217, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel Ben I. Mann, Box 37, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Elizabeth Bunch, Rt. 3 Box 336-A, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mrs. Ellen Harrell, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Sandy Run Mrs. Leslie W. Walston, Box 38, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Henry R. Ricks, Eastwood St., Seaboard 27876 

Siloam Clyde Anders, Rt. 2 Box 90, Windsor 27983 

Union Mrs. Roger Miller, Rt. 2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Floyd M. Perry, Rt. 2 Box 396, Colerain 27924 

Winton Harry B. Ward, Jr., Box 434, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Leslie White, Woodland Av., Woodland 27987 

List of Chairmen of Deacons 

Ahoskie, First Lindy Cockman, 700 N. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Gerald Askew, Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Dancy G. White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mack Pen well, Box 27, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Everette Miller, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Bethel . . . . Fenton Mayle, Sr., Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem John R. Moore, Rt. 4 Box 100, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantley s Grove Henry Dilday, Rt. 4 Box 449, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Cyrus Howell, Rt. 1 Box 57, Como 27818 

Capeharts Myles Baker, Rt. 3 Box 365, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Norman L. Ferebee, 218 Cale St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Horace Dilday, Sr., Rt. 1 Box 92-XX, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Paul Lassiter, Star Rt. Box 39, Colerain 27924 

Colerain Lin wood Mitchell, Rt. 1 Box 132, Harrellsville 27942 

Connaritsa C.E. Baker, Box 57, Aulander 27805 

Conway Ed Rawls, Box 433, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Billy Woodard, 909 N. Mitchell St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Earl Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 314, Conway 27820 

Earleys J.B. Early, Rt. 1 Box 28-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood B.B. Williford, 803 King St., Windsor 27983 

Elam Z.L. Davenport, Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Fentress Mizelle, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Billy Harris, Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27862 

Greens Cross Rhoda Lawrence, Rt. 2 Box 141, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville J.W. Mason, Rt. 1 Box 10, Harrellsville 27942 



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Hebron Maruch Futrell, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Carol Francis, Rt. 1 Box 205, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Sandra Hollowell, Rt. 1 Box 115, Cofield 27922 

Horton's Joe E. Phelps, Rt. 2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Roy F. Lowry, Church St., Jackson 27845 

Kelford Allen Johnston, Box 27, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Luther Daughtry, Rt. 1, Conway 27820 

Lawrence W.W. Daniels, 702 Center St., Windsor 27983 

Lewiston Roy E. Peele, Lewiston 27849 

Margarettsville R.L. Wheeler, Box 92, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Darrell Lee, 411 Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Menola William Burkett, Linden St., Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Tony Hughes, Box 98, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel L.O. Pruden, 412 Jackson St., Roanoke Rapids 27870 

Mt. Tabor Ray Dixon, Rt. 1 Box 361-B, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Alton Parker, Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Douglas Miller, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Roy Parrish, Box 214, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Merrill Waters, Box 104, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Clifton Ward, N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Larry Godwin, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Clarence Williams, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel James Jenkins, Box 73, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Tommy Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 329, Colerain 27924 

St. John's Melvin Shores, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Sandy Run Bennie J. Reynolds, Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Southgate Britt, Rt. 1, Seaboard 27876 

Siloam Leroy Mobley, 1810 W. Main St., Williamston 27892 

Union Jackie Brinkley, Rt. 2 Box 255-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton W.E. Vinson, Jr., Box 237, Winton 27986 

Woodland J.H. Liverman, Woodland Av., Woodland 27897 



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B - Sunday School 

C - Church Training 

D - Brotherhood 

E - Church Music 

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West Chowan 
Baptist Association 

Year Ending 9/30/81 

Director of Associational 
Missions: Henry Powell, 
P.O. Box 215, 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 


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1982 Annual 



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West Chowan 
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North Carolina 



Minutes of the 
100th Annual Session 

West Chowan 
Baptist Association 

North Carolina 

held with 

CREECH MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday, October 19, 1982 

and the 

EARLYS BAPTIST CHURCH 
Wednesday, October 20, 1982 

Officers 

Moderator Lemar Wheeler 

Vice Moderator Linwood Canady 

Clerk Mrs. Henry Powell 

Treasurer Malcolm Bracy 

Parliamentarian Bennie Pledger 

Sunday School Director Gerald K. Riggs 

Church Training Director Doyle Holder 

W.M.U. Director Mrs. Billy Harris 

Brotherhood Director Ray Kornegay 

Music Director Don Gober 

The 1983 100th Anniversary Centennial Session 
mill be held: 

Tuesday, October 18, 1983 Woodland Baptist Church 

Wednesday, October 19, 1983 Cashie Baptist Church 

THE BERTIE UNION MEETING 
Friday, April 29, 1983 St. John Baptist Church 



Table of Contents 

Associational Directory 1 

General Officers 1 

Church Elected Lay Members of General Board 2 

Standing Committees 3 

Messengers 5 

Constitution 8 

Proceedings & Reports 13 

General Board Report 13 

Treasurer's Report 14 

Budget/Finance Committee Report 16 

Missions Committee Report 18 

Evangelism Report 19 

Sunday School Report 20 

Church Training Report 20 

W.M.U. Report 21 

Brotherhood Report 22 

Music Report 23 

History of Creech Memorial Baptist Church 25 

History of the Earlys Baptist Church 28 

Report by the Director of Missions 29 

In Memorium 30 

Honor Roll of Church Clerks 32 

Bertie Union Meeting 33 

Historical Events 33 

Annual Meeting Schedule for the 1980s 36 

Historical Table 38 

Church Directory 42 

Missions Operated by the Churches 42 

Ordained Ministers (other than Pastor) 42 

Ministers Licensed this year 42 

Ministers Ordained this year 42 

Assistant Pastors 42 

Ministers of Youth 42 

Organists or Pianists 42 

Media Center (Church Library) Directors 44 

Pastors 44 

Sunday School Directors 45 

Church Training Directors 46 

Music Directors 47 

W.M.U. Directors 47 

Brotherhood Directors 48 

Church Treasurers 49 

Church Clerks 50 

Chairman of Deacons 51 

Map of Association Center of Book 

Statistical Tables: 

Table A 54-55 

Table B 56-57 

Table D 58-59 

Tabic E 60-61 

Table F 62-63 

Table G 64-65 

Table H 66-67 

Table I 68-69 

Table C 70 



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Associational Directory 



General Officers 

MODERATOR 

Lemar Wheeler, P.O. Box 444, Woodland 27897; phones: 587-2371,587-3041 

VICE MODERATOR 
Lin wood Canady, Potecasi 27867; phone: 587-5701 

CLERK 

Mrs. Henry Powell, P.O. Box 215, Ahoskie 27910; phone: 332-3235, 332-8109 

TREASURER 
Malcolm Bracy, 302 Cherry Street, Ahoskie 27910 

PARLIAMENTARIAN 
Bennie Pledger, P.O. Box 126, Colerain 27924; phones: 356-4724, 356-2192 

Sunday School 

Director Gerald Riggs, 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855; 

phones: 398-4963, 398-4663 

Church Training 

Director Steve Thompson, Rt. 2 Box 54, Ahoskie 27910; phone: 332-2200 

Woman's Missionary Union 

Director Mrs. Billy Harris, Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27862; phone: 585-1147 

Assistant Director Mrs. Roger Miller, Rt. 2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910 

phone: 332-3883 

Secretary /Treasurer Mrs. Lonnie Armstrong, Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876; 

phone: 585-1121 

B.W. Director Mrs. Wilbur Davis, P.O. Box 273, Rich Square 27869; 

phone: 539-2696 

Assistant B.W. Director Mrs. Delmas Pike, 305 Union St., Murfreesboro 

27855; phone: 398-3386 

Y.B.W. Director Mrs. James Hart, P.O. Box 35, Colerain 27924; 

phone: 356-2623 

Assistant Y.B.W. Director Mrs. Carl H. Piland, P.O. Box 468, Winton 27986; 

phone: 358-7271 

Y.B.W. Director Mrs. Wayne Vinson, Rt. 3 Box 171-E, Ahoskie 27910;- 

phone: 332-2068 

Assistant B.Y.W. Director Mrs. Ed Lowers, Rt. 1 Box 99, Cofield 27922; 

phone: 356-2698 

Acteens Director Mrs. Richard Draper, Rt. 3 Box 34-A, Ahoskie 27910; 

phone: 332-4054 

Assistant Acteens Director Mrs. Gerald Riggs, 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 

27855; phone: 398-4963 

Assistant G.A. Director Mrs. Robert Earl Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 

27910; phone: 332-2667 

Mission Friends Director Mrs. Henry Joyner, Rt. 3 Box 1402, Ahoskie 27910; 

phone: 332-8279 



Assistant Mission Friends Director Mrs. Sidney Perry, Rt. 2 Box 146, Colerain 

27924; phone: 356-2840 

Mission Action Director Miss Julia R. Outland, Rt. 2 Box 34-C, Aulander 

27805; phone: 345-0557 

Assistant Mission Action Director Mrs. George Hewitt, Rt. 2 Box 143, Colerain 

27924; phone: 356-2484 

Mission Support Director Mrs. Cedric Cooke, P.O. Box 167, Potecasi 27867; 

phone: 587-5246 

Mission Study Director Mrs. Randy Britton, 612 Lakeview Dr., Ahoskie 27910; 

phone: 332-5352 

Scholarship Committee Chairman Mrs. Linwood Mitchell, Rt. 1 Box 132, 

Harrellsville 27942; phone: 356-4335 

Brotherhood 

Director Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406-H, Windsor 27983; phone: 794-3596 

R.A. Leader Rick Lloyd, Box 37, Kelford 27847 

Music Officer 

Director Keith White, P.O. Box 147, Aulander 27805; phone: 345-0548 

Director of Associational Work 

Henry Powell, P.O. Box 215, Ahoskie 27910 

Associational Office 116 N. Mitchell St., Ahoskie 27910; phone: 332-3235 

Home 417 Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910; phone: 332-8109 

Lay Members of Association's General Board 

Ahoskie, First Price Bowen, 908 N. Pembroke Av., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashleys Grove Merrill Vinson, Rt. 1, Conway 27820 

Askewville David Bunch, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Bethany Keith Hugheson, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Sr., Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Dennison Wiggins, Rt. 1 Box 40, Cofield 27922 

Buckhorn Cyrus D. Howell, Rt. 1 Box 57, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Dannie McClenney, Rt. 1 Box 39, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Milton B. Tadlock, Sutton Dr., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Arba S. Godwin, Rt. 1 Box 56, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor R.W. Baker, P.O. Box 27, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain John E. Thompson, Rt. 1 Box 460, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa CD. Francis, Rt. 2 Box 114, Aulander 27805 

Conway Lee Brittle, Rt. 2 Box 1, Conway 27820 

Creeksville Earl Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 314, Conway 27820 

Earlys J.B. Early, Rt. 1 Box 28-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Elam Thad Harris, P.O. Box 32, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Starkey Jernigan, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Elliott Davis, Rt. 1 Box 59, Seaboard 27876 

Greens Cross Fentress White, 207 Cale St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Richard Livermanl, Rt. 1 Box 100-A, Cofield 27922 

Holly Grove Thomas E. Ruffin, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Horton's Joe Phelps, Rt. 2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Roy F. Lowry, P.O. Box 502, Jackson 27845 

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Kelford M.K. Vick, P.O. Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Talmadge Barnes, Rich Square 27869 

Lawrence W.G. Sallenger, Rt. 2 Box 524, Windsor 27983 

Mars Hill Howard Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 102, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Frank Williams, 218 Jay Trail, Murfreesboro 27855 

Merry Hill Tony Hughes, P.O. Box 70, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor CM. King, Rt. 1 Box 368-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. F.O. Mixon, 112 Dogwood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Pleasant Grove William N. Rawls, Rt. 2 Box 35-A, Aulander 27805 

Powellsville Mrs. Jack Mace, P.O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Rich Square Larry Godwin, P.O. Box 532, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Lloyd Finch, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel E.J. Burgess, P.O. Box 84, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Tommy Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 329, Colerain 27924 

St. John's Julian Blowe, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Sandy Run Joseph H. Walston, P.O. Box 129, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard J.W. Joyner, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Marion L. Tyler, P.O. Box 603, Severn 27877 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Jr., Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Charles M. Edwards, P.O. Box 179, Winton 27986 

Woodland Miss Roberta Outland, Main St., Woodland 27897 

Standing Committees 

COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Lin wood Canady Potecasi 27867 

Willie McLawhorn P.O. Box 146, Lasker 27848 

Lonnie Armstrong Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876 

Ed Revelle Rt. 4 Box 357, Ahoskie 27910 

Hubert Mizelle Rt. 2 Box 330, Colerain 27924 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS 

Mrs. Billy Harris Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27862 

Rick Gaskins P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876 

J.H. Liverman Woodland 27897 

John Thompson Rt. 1 Box 460, Colerain 27924 

Wayne Simpson P.O. Box 67, Como 27818 

Don Turner . . Rt. 3 Box 81 V 2 , Windsor 27983 

Garry Mickey Rt. 3 Box 319-L, Windsor 27983 

Shelton Leggett 305 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Truett White Rt. 3 Box 226, Windsor 27983 

COMMITTEE ON TRUSTEES 

Ray Dixon Rt. 1 Box 361-B, Murfreesboro 27855 

Russell Johnson, Jr P.O. Box 7, Conway 27820 

J. Lebron Morris P.O. Box 7, Roxobel 27872 

COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTION 

Ed Westbury P.O. Box 502, Severn 27877 

Mike Hill P.O. Box 5, Harrellsville 27942 

Bobby Cross c/o Chowan College, P.O. Drawer 27, Murfreesboro 27855 



COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION 



Gerald Riggs 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855 

Jim Hester P.O. Box 158, Conway 27820 

Jack Lutz Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS 

Mrs. Grady Bridgers Rt. 1 Box 119, Jackson 27845 

Mrs. Ann Holloman Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

COMMITTEE ON HISTORY 

Thomas Caulkins 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 1983 

Charles Phelps, Jr 209 W. Gray St., Windsor 27983; 1984 

Mrs. Katherine Brett Winton 27986; 1985 

Elmer Joyner P.O. Box 589, Rich Square 27869; 1986 

Mrs. Kitty Jennings White Conway 27820; 1987 

COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP 

Thomas Caulkins 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 1983 

Mrs. Harold Scott Rt. 2 Box 265, Conway 27820; 1984 

Teddy Tyler W. Jackson St., Rich Square 27869; 1985 

Charles Edwards P.O. Box 179, Winton 27986; 1986 

Cecil Harkey Rt. 2 Box 142-A, Colerain 27924; 1987 

COMMITTEE ON SEMINARY EXTENSION 

Mrs. Bennie White Rt. 3, Windsor 27983; 1983 

Don Christian Rt. 2 Box 104, Ahoskie 27910; 1984 

Joe D. McLean P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845; 1985 

COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES 

Mrs. R.C. Mason P.O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Mrs. Bessie Mitchell 

Mrs. J.D. Liverman Conway 27820 

Mrs. Vera Futrell Rt. 1 Box 206, Conway 27820 

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Messengers 



AHOSKiE 

Mrs. CD. Wiggins, Jr. 
Miss Vivian Powell 
Mrs. Troy Jernigan 
Mrs. W.C. Cooper 
Mrs. Otis Earley 
Mrs. Merrill Evans 
Mrs. Mary Ainsley 
Mrs. Arthur Greene 
Mrs. C.L. Williford 
Mrs. Malcolm Copeland 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 
Russell Warren 
Mrs. Russell Warren 
Randolph Askew 
Mrs. Randolph Askew 
Rodney Askew 
Mrs. Rodney Askew 

ASKEWVILLE 

Mrs. Dorothy J. Jernigan 
Mrs. JoAnne Mizelle 
Mrs. Shelia Early 
Finley Johnson 
William White 
Roger Copeland 

AULANDER 
Bert Steimle 

BETHANY 
Allie Wood 
Allie Perry 
Josephine Perry 
Bessie Freeman 

BETHEL 

Mrs. Shirley Edwards 
Mrs. Reba Mayle 

BETHLEHEM 

Mrs. Clorine Bazemore 
Mrs. Hilda Tinkham 
Dennison Wiggins 
George Perry 

BRANTLEYS GROVE 
Garland Ross 
Viola Dilday 
Lois Ross 
Glenda Ward 

BUCKHORN 

Mrs. R.G. Whitley 
Cyrus Howell 



Miss Hannah Picot 
Mrs. Virginia Cobb 
Oscar Spruill 
Mrs. Frank Stephens 

CAPEHARTS 
Myles Baker 
Mrs. Myles Baker 
R.S. Taylor 
Mrs. R.S. Taylor 

CASHIE 

Mrs. Jack Byrd 
Mrs. Nora W. Harris 
Mrs. Jean Cobb 
Mrs. Frances Cobb 
Mrs. Revah Rhodes 
Joe Polinski 
Mrs. Joe Polinski 
Nathan Copeland 

CENTER GROVE 
Arba Godwin 
Mrs. Arba Godwin 
Mrs. Margaret Brinkley 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
Paul Lassiter 
Mrs. Paul Lassiter 
Mrs. Lillian Norvelle 
Miss Dorothy Askew 

COLERAIN 

John E. Thompson 
Carlton Barnes 
Linwood Mitchell 
Mrs. Linwood Mitchell 
Seaton Fairless, Jr. 
Miss Cora Felton Bass 
Mrs. Eloise B. Perry 

CONNARITSA 
Clyde D. Francis 
Mrs. Callie Hale 
Mrs. Eunice Jenkins 
Miss Lula Chamblee 

CONWAY 

Mrs. Lillie Vick 

Haywood Davis 

Mrs. W.E. James 

Ed Rawls 

Mrs. Leroy Taylor 

Mrs. Jennings White, Sr. 

CREECH MEMORIAL 



Stanley Horton 
Mrs. Stanley Horton 
Mrs. Ida Daniels 
Mrs. Clennie Blowe 

CREEKSVILLE 

Mrs. Grady Bridgers 
Mrs. Hersey Lassiter 
Mrs. Vernon Lanier 
Mrs. Roy Pierce 
Roy Pierce 
Mrs. Harold Scott 

EARLYS 
J.B. Early 
Mrs. J.B. Early 
Jack Newbold 

ELAM 

Mrs. Mattie Harris 
Mrs. Margaret Kee 
Carlton Howell 
Mrs. Wanda Mizelle 

ELM GROVE 
Starkey Jernigan 
Mattie Jernigan 
Mary E. Jernigan 

Doris June Mizelle 
Joyce A. Mizelle 

GALATIA 

Mrs. Ollie Eure 
Mrs. Myra Barrett 
Mrs. Pearl Taylor 
Mrs. Julia Britton 
Mrs. Hettie B. Rose 

GREENS CROSS 
Grady Leicester 
Raleigh Castellow 
Mrs. Lucille Mizelle 
Webster White 
Mrs. Mary Castellow 
Mrs. Edna Lawrence 

HARRELLSVILLE 
Richard Liverman 
Mrs. Louise Crawford 
Mrs. Lou Mason 
Mrs. Hazel Jones 

HEBRON 
Henry Peede 
Marnch Futrell 



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HOLLY GROVE 
Mrs. Capitola Todd 
Mrs. Mabel Jernigan 
Mrs. Velma Francis 
Mrs. Nancy Drew 

HOLLY SPRINGS 
Lewter Perry 
Helen Miller 
Lila Whitley 
Thomas Mathias 

HORTON'S 

Mrs. Frances Bazemore 
Joe Phelps 

Mrs. Annie M. Powell 

JACKSON 

Mrs. Joe D. McLean 
Mrs. T.E. Evans 
Roy F. Lowry 

KELFORD 

Mrs. Mary S. Vick 
Mrs. Mary Browne 
Mrs. Nelle Sawyer 

LASKER 

Mrs. Olive Askew 
Mrs. Janice Lassiter 
Earl Askew 
Ms. Essie Warren 
C.A. Askew 
Glaston Martin 

LASKER 

W.W. Daniels 
Mrs. Ruby White 
W.J. Barnacascel 
Mrs. Ruby Barnacascel 

MARGARETTSVILLE 
R.G. Piland 
Mrs. R.G. Piland 
Mrs. Floyd Hasty 
Mrs. Lewis Vaughan 

MARS HILL 

Mrs. Margaret Davidson 
Mrs. Leslie Vann Brown 
Mrs. Barbara Sue Davidson 
Mrs. Annette Aldridge 

MEHERRIN 

Mrs. Gerald Riggs 
Mrs. Emmitt Warren 



Emmitt Warren 
Mrs. Laura Ruth Parker 
Mrs. Estelle Duncan 
Mrs. Myrtle Brown 

MENOLA 
Mrs. Elizabeth Britton 
Mrs. Vernie Vinson 
Miss Elsie Cowan 
Miss Retha Cowan 

MERRY HILL 
Mrs. Virgia Baker 
Mrs. Evelyn Willis 

MT. CARMEL 
Rupert Hasty 
Clara Hasty 
James Sears 

MT. TABOR 
CM. King 
Mrs. CM. King 
Mrs. Elizabeth Futrell 
Mrs. T.S. Benthall 
Mrs. CM. Tinkham 
Mrs. Ann Holloman 

MURFREESBORO 
Hargus Taylor 
Bela Udvarnoki 
Mrs. Bela Udvarnoki 
Mrs. G.R. Hollomon 
R.S. Pruette 

OAK GROVE 
D.R. Miller 

PLEASANT GROVE 
Mrs. Howard Corley 
Mrs. Lloyd Rawls, Jr. 

POTECASI 
Wilson Lassiter 
Linwood Canady 
Floyd Askew 

POWELLSVILLE 
Mrs. Bessie Hudson 
Mrs. Clara Canady 
Mrs. Jo Mace 

RICH SQUARE 
Larry Godwin 
Mrs. Elizabeth Boyce 
Mrs. Katherine Parker 
William Futrell 



Jesse Helem 
Vernon Taylor 

RIVERSIDE 

Mrs. Rhodes Pratt 
Roger Cullipher 
Mrs. Marie Clinton 

ROBERTS CHAPEL 
Johnnie Bryant 
Mrs. Irene Bryant 

ROSS 

Mrs. Hazel Jernigan 
Mrs. Sue Todd 
Mrs. Elton Harrison 
Elton Harrison 
Mrs. Corinne Miller 
Mrs. Sadie Hoggard 

ST. JOHN'S 
Bessie Brukette 
Clara Shores 
Emma Sumner 
Ruth Joyner 
Antionette Blowe 
Annie B. Thomas 

SANDY RUN 

Mrs. Vivvian Huthmac 
J. Lebron Morris 
Mrs. Elizabeth Morris 

SEABOARD 

Woodrow Edwards 
Mrs. Mary Edwards 
Mrs. Mary B. Casper 
Mrs. Paulene Wiggins 
Mrs. Sarah Britt 
Mrs. Hazel Johnson 

SILOAM 

Arthur Leggett 
Mrs. Josephine Leggett 
Mrs. Elsie Mobley 
Mrs. Lee Holder 

UNION 

Mrs. Roger Miller 
Mrs. Richard Draper 
Mrs. Steve Thompson 

WAKELON 

Mrs. Agnes Belch 
Mrs. Edna Matthews 
Mrs. Elsie Williams 
Paul William 



WINTON 
Connie Piland 
Gloria J. Thum 
Harry Ward 
Margie Askew 
Allston Askew 



Florence Wall 
WOODLAND 
James Lee 
Mrs. James Lee 
Howard Vaughan 
Mrs. Howard Vaughan 



Sam Lassiter 
Mrs. Mamie Meadows 
Miss Roberta Outland 
Mrs. John Vaughan, Sr. 
Mrs. Gilbert Timberlake 
Mrs. Sarah Liverman 



Constitution 



NAME 

Article 1. This body shall be known as the West Chowan Baptist Association of 
North Carolina. 

MEMBERSHIP 

Article 2. It shall be composed of messengers elected by the churches connected 
with this body and all ordained ministers who are pastors of said churches, together 
with the officers of this Association, and chairmen of all standing committees. Each 
church of 100 members and under shall be entitled to two messengers, and for each 
additional 100 members, an additional messenger, provided that no church shall 
have more than 10 messengers. 

PURPOSE 

Article 3. The purpose of this Association shall be to inspire, encourage, and enlist 
its membership in a spirit of brotherly love and cooperation, for the promotion of the 
entire program of our denomination; to the end that the gospel of our Lord and 
Saviour Jesus Christ might be proclaimed with greater power and effectiveness in our 
Association, our State and Nation, and unto the uttermost part of the world. 

POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

Article 4. The Association shall have no power to infringe upon the sovereignty or 
rights of the churches. It is neither an ecclesiastical nor legislative council, nor a 
court of appeal. It may advise the churches and recommend measures of usefulness 
for their adoption, but cannot bind them in any way. There shall be full recognition 
of the autonomy of the local church and there shall be full recognition of the autono- 
my of the Association. However, in view of the combined wisdom, piety and intelli- 
gence of the Association, it justly claims the very highest consideration and regard for 
itself, its objects and its recommendations. 

Article 5. Any Baptist church in good standing approving the design, objects and 
principles of this Association, and holding the same doctrines and ordinances, may be 
admitted into fellowship upon two-thirds vote of the messengers. All applications 
shall be referred to the Membership Committee for study. Church desiring member- 
ship should give notice by making application one year in advance. 

Article 6. The Association may dissolve its relation with any church that con- 
sistently refuses to support the design, objects and principles of the West Chowan 
Baptist Association. Any irregularities which are reported shall be referred to the 
Membership Committee who will report their findings to the next Associational 
meeting. The relationship may be dissolved by a two-thirds vote of the messengers one 
year after irregularities have been brought to the attention of the Association. 

RIGHTS AND DUTIES 

Article 7. Every church shall be requested to contribute a percentage of its gifts, or 
so much per resident member for defraying the expenses of the Association and for 
direction of the promotional education and missionary work of the Association. This 
percentage or amount shall be sent to the Associational Treasurer monthly by each 
church treasurer. 

Article 8. Every church will send to every annual session of the Association a letter 
on the form adopted by the Association with such additional information as it may 
deem fitting. 



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Article 9. Any church wishing to dissolve its relationship with the Association in 
order to transfer to another association may do so with a majority vote at any regular 
Associational meeting. 

ORGANIZATION 

Article 10. The Officers of this Association shall be a Moderator, a Vice Modera- 
tor, a Clerk, a Treasurer, a Parliamentarian, a Director of Sunday School, a Direc- 
tor of Church Training Program, a Director of Brotherhood, a Director of Woman's 
Missionary Union, and a Director of Music. They shall be elected at each annual 
session of the first day. The term of all officers shall commence at the conclusion of 
the annual session at which they are elected and continue until their successors are 
elected at the next session of the Association. The Moderator and Vice Moderator 
may not be elected for more than two consecutive years. All nominations may be 
made by the Committee on Nominations. 

DUTIES 

Article 1 1 . It shall be the duty of the Moderator to open meetings punctually at the 
appointed time; to enforce the rules ; to enforce order and to exercise all prerogatives 
of a presiding officer according to Robert's Rules of Order . 

Article 12. It shall be the duty of the Vice Moderator to perform the duties of the 
Moderator in his absence. 

Article 13. It shall be the duty of the Clerk to attend and keep a full record of the 
meetings of the Association and to compile, edit and distribute to the churches the 
minutes and data from the church letters in an annual report. He may appoint an 
assistant when necessary. He shall be paid such honorarium and expenses as the Asso- 
ciation directs. 

Article 14. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive, safeguard and distribute 
all funds of the Association. Disbursements of funds shall be in accordance with the 
budget adopted by the Association. Non-budget items shall be approved by the Fi- 
nance Committee of the General Board. He shall make quarterly reports to the 
General Board and annual reports to the Association. He may be paid honorariums 
and expenses as the Association may direct. The Treasurer's records shall be audited 
annually and he shall be under bond. 

Article 15. The Parliamentarian shall assist the presiding officer in conducting the 
business of the Association according to Robert's Rules of Order . 

Article 16. The Director of Sunday School shall promote and supervise the Sunday 
School Program in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 17. The Superintendent of Sunday School shall promote and supervise the 
Sunday School Program in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 18. The Director of Church Training Program shall promote and super- 
vise the Church Training Program in the Association in cooperation with the Gen- 
eral Board. 

Article 19. The Director of Brotherhood shall promote and supervise the program 
of Baptist Men in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 20. The Director of Woman's Missionary Union shall direct and supervise 
the program for the women and girls in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 21. The Director of Music shall promote and supervise the program of 
music in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

THE GENERAL BOARD 

Article 22. The General Board of the Association shall be composed of the follow- 
ing: Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Director of 



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Woman's Missionary Union, Director of Associational Work, Director of Sunday 
School, Director of Church Training Program, Director of Brotherhood, Director of 
Music, Moderator of the Bertie Union, the pastor of each church of the Association, 
provided that the pastor is a member of the church he represents, and one lay mem- 
ber elected from each church. 

The officers of the Association shall divide the General Board into the following 
committees: Education and Promotion, Missions, Evangelism, Stewardship and Fi- 
nance, Survey and Study, and Christian Life and Public Affairs. 

It shall be the duty of the General Board to transact whatever business may require 
attention of the Association between sessions, which action shall be binding upon the 
Association. The General Board of theAssociation shall function with those duly 
elected members present and voting. No percentage quorum is required for these 
meetings. The General Board should meet quarterly, and submit a full report of its 
work to the Association at each annual session, together with recommendations for 
the promotion and extension of the work, including the annual Associational 
budget. 

The Executive Committee of the General Board will be composed of the officers of 
the Association and one representative elected by the General Board from each coun- 
ty in the Association. This committee will work in close harmony with the Director of 
Associational Work in plans and programs. The Executive Committee of the General 
Board shall function with those duly elected officers present and voting at any an- 
nounced meeting. No percentage quorum is required for these meetings. 

In the event that any office, constituted by any article herein, becomes vacant 
during the Associational year, said office may be filled for the interim by appoint- 
ment of the Executive Committee. 

Article 23. The Director of Associational Work, whom the Association may em- 
ploy, shall be under the direction of the Executive Committee of the General Board. 
He shall promote and coordinate the work of the Association through its organiza- 
tions and programs; and shall carry out the the missionary and extension plans of the 
Executive Committee. He shall be an ex officio member of all committees in an ad- 
visory and promotional capacity. 

AMENDMENTS 

Article 24. This constitution may be altered at any annual session of the body by a 
two-thirds vote of the messengers present and voting. However, a 60-day notice of the 
proposed change shall be sent to the chairman of the Executive Committee of the 
General Board, and such proposed amendment shall be read on two consecutive days 
before action on the same. 

COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

Article 25. The committees of the Association shall be divided into three categories: 
Section A. Committees to be appointed by the Moderator in advance of the annual 
meeting. 

1. A Committee on Enrollment consisting of six. This committee shall recognize 
and register all messengers and others attending the Association and report to the 
Association when called upon. 

2. A Committee on Committees consisting of two members from each of the coun- 
ties comprising the Association. This committee shall nominate for election by the 
Association all standing committees and such other committees as may be assigned to 
it. This committee should make its primary report during the first session. This com- 
mittee shall designate the chairman of each committee. 



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3. The Executive Committee of the General Board shall guide in an audit of the 
Treasurer's records and report to the Association. 

Section B. Committees to report at the same annual meeting at which they were 
elected. 

1. A Committee on Place and Preacher consisting of three, the duty of which shall 
be to recommend to the Association where the next session shall meet and the 
preacher to deliver the annual sermon and his alternate. 

2. A Committee on Resolutions consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to 
draw up and present to the Association suitable resolutions of appreciation and ex- 
pressions of sentiments on any matter chosen by the committee or referred to the com- 
mittee by the Moderator of the Association. 

Section C. Committees which will serve throughout the year and which shall re- 
port at the next annual session of the Association. 

1. A Committee on the Order of Business consisting of five. The Vice Moderator 
shall be the chairman of this committee. It shall be the duty of this committee to pre- 
sent a printed report suggesting the order of business. This report should be acted 
upon as soon as feasible after the opening of the Association. When adopted, its re- 
port shall become the order of the Association and cannot be changed except by ma- 
jority vote of the body. 

2. A Committee on Nominations consisting of three members from each of the 
counties composing the Association. This committee shall nominate representatives of 
the various institutions, members of the General Board, the officers of the Associa- 
tion, and other officers that may be necessary to execute the program of the Associa- 
tion. Nominations by this committee shall not preclude nominations from the floor. 
No officer of the Association shall hold more than one office at a time. The Nominat- 
ing Committee should constantly seek the counsel of existing Associational officers 
when preparing their report. No name shall be submitted to the Association for elec- 
tion until that individual has agreed to serve if elected. 

3. A Trustees Committee consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to hold in 
trust any property, endowment, or other securities of the Association. 

4. A Committee on Ordination consisting of three. It shall be the duty of this com- 
mittee to make itself available to any church who has a candidate for the Gospel 
Ministry. 

5. A Committee on History consisting of five members, one member elected each 
year for five years. This committee shall be responsible for compiling and main- 
taining a history of the Association. 

6. A Committee on Memorials consisting of three members elected each year, one 
from each county. This committee shall be responsible for suitably memorializing 
deceased members of the churches of the Association and other events as may be 
necessary. 

7. A Committee on Membership consisting of five members, one member elected 
each year for five years. It shall be the duty of this committee to consult with 
churches in areas of Church-Association relationships and report the desire of the 
church as regards status in becoming member churches or in desire to withdraw fel- 
lowship. A committee from the church and this committee of the Association on 
membership shall work in all matters for harmony and good will among the 
churches. This committee functions at the request of the Executive Committee of the 
General Board and/or the Association when meeting in annual session. 

8. A Committee on the Constitutions consisting of three members shall be elected 
each year. This committee shall keep the constitution up to date and recommend re- 
visions in accordance with the provisions of the constitution. 



9. A Committee on Libraries consisting of four members elected each year. This 
committee shall be responsible for the development of the Associational library or- 
ganization and will assist the churches in their library work when requested. 

10. A Committee on Seminary Extension consiting of three members, one member 
elected each year for three years. This committee shall plan the courses of study and 
make all arrangements for a balanced program of study. 

Article 26. Any regulation prior to this constitution which conflicts herewith is 
hereby repealed. 




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Proceedings 



100th Annual Session 

Tuesday, October 19, 1982 
CREECH MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 

1. Prior to the opening session Mrs. Kenneth Stokes, pianist, played several 
hymns. 

2. The moderator, Lemar Wheeler, called the 100th annual session of West 
Chowan Baptist Association to order promptly at four o'clock on Tuesday, October 
19,1982. 

3. The congregation sang the hymn "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name" accom- 
panied at the piano by Mrs. Kenneth Stokes. 

4. Mark Morris, pastor of Creech Memorial Baptist Church, read Psalm 24 and 
led in prayer. 

5. Mr. Morris welcomed the messengers and visitors of the 100th annual session to 
Creech Memorial Church. 

6. The moderator responded to the welcome. 

7. Linwood Canady, vice moderator, made a motion that the order of business as 
printed in the Book of Reports be accepted as the program. Motion carried. 

8. The moderator appointed the following committees: 

Place and Preacher: Robbie Parker, chairman, Hubert Mizelle, Joe Polinski 
Resolution: Jim Hester, chairman, Mrs. Ed Westbury, Howard Corley 

9. New pastors having come into the association since the last meeting were intro- 
duced by Henry Powell, Director of Missions. New pastors introduced were: Rick 
Gaskins, Seaboard; Don Turner, Edgewood; Willie McLawhorn, Lasker; Mark 
Morris, Creech Memorial; Jimmy Ward, Brantley's Grove; Howard Corley, Pleasant 
Grove; Ed Westbury, Severn; and J. Cecil Aldridge, Mars Hill. 

10. The Enrollment Committee reported that at this time 178 messengers have reg- 
istered with 16 'others' registered with a total 194 registered. 

11. Lemar Wheeler brought a brief moderator's message based on Matthew 26:30. 

12. The clerk, Mrs. Henry Powell, read the report of the General Board. 

General Board Report 

The General Board met four times during the year. At each meeting reports were 
heard from the committee chairmen and directors of the various phases of the work 
of the association. 

In the December meeting the Missions Committee chairman, Lonnie Armstrong, 
announced that the work of the Rich Square Training Center was being phased out 
and that the work of the Migrant Chapel would no longer be needed. Lemar 
Wheeler, moderator; Lonnie Armstrong, Missions Committee Chairman; and Henry 
Powell, Director of Missions were authorized to arrange for the removal of the mobil 
chapel from the Rich Square location. 

A Land Search Committee was appointed to look for a suitable location for a 
future Association Office Center. This committee is composed of: L.M. Brinkley, 
chairman, Bobby Cross, William Lawrence, Jr., Linwood Mitchell, Robbie Parker, 
Mrs. Hannah Brown, and Mrs. Jean Rogister. This committee was to report to the 
Executive Committee. 

A committee to study the possibility of an Emergency Child Care Center in our 
association was appointed. 



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The General Board was called for a special session in May to receive a recommen- 
dation from the Missions and Executive Committee concerning a proposed West Vir- 
ginia mission project for our association. The recommendation was that we help a 
young mission church in Chester, West Virginia build a pastor's home. After a 
lengthy discussion the Board delayed final action until the Director of Missions 
could go to Chester and bring back an evaluation report of the project. 

In June the Board was called again for final action on the proposed missions pro- 
ject. The Board voted to approve the project and the following recommendations: 

1. That the $3,900.00 designated for the Rich Square Migrant Chapel (but unused) 
be sent to the West Virginia Project: 

2. That the churches be asked for a special offering during June for the West Vir- 
ginia project; 

3. That the Missions Committee be responsible for local coordination for plans for 
the project. (The Missions Committee met following this action and appointed a 
special West Virginia project committee: Lonnie Armstrong, chairman, Leroy 

Martin, Creeksville; David Brinkley, Center Grove; Ray Kornegay, Ross; 

Frank Stansbury, Askewville. This committee authorized the release ot tne 
$3,900.00 on July 1 and construction of the building began.) 

The budget for 1982-83 was approved for recommendation to the annual session. 
In the final meeting of the year the Board took the following further actions con- 
cerning the West Virginia project: 

1. Authorized the treasurer to send all monies in the treasury at the end of Septem- 
ber (after all other bills are paid) above a balance of $2,000.00 to this project. 
(This came to a total of $10,318.72.) 

2. Instructed the chairman of the Missions Committee to contact all churches for 
an extra contribution to the association in September - to apply on the West Vir- 
ginia project. 

3. Voted to recommend to the annual session that the churches be asked for one 
final special offering the first two Sundays of November for the West Virginia 
Project. 

It has been a busy year for the General Board as it sought to carry on the work of 
the association between the annual sessions. We feel that this report indicates a faith- 
ful stewardship of the Board of its responsibilities. 



13. Item number 3 in the last paragraph of the Board report was a recommenda- 
tion. After a discussion, the recommendation was accepted. 

14. In the absence of the treasurer the director of missions gave the treasurer's re- 
port which was information only. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Lemar Wheeler, Moderator 
Mary H. Powell, clerk 



Associational Treasurer's Report 



October 1, 1981 to October 1, 1982 



Balance on hand last October 1, 1981 
RECEIVED: 



$ 9,827.49 



1. From Church for general fund: 



Ahoskie, First $ 2,549.96 

Ashleys Grove 863.30 
Askewville 1,500.00 



Kelford 

Lasker 

Lawrence 



165.00 
250.00 
67.12 



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Aulander 


800.00 


Lewiston, First 


350.00 


Bethany 


797.33 


Margarettsville 


101.64 


Bethel 


320.00 


Mars Hill 


542.38 


Bethlehem 


60.00 


Meherrin 


1,352.23 


Brantleys Grove 


250.00 


Menola 


150.00 


Buckhorn 


600.00 


Merry Hill 


500.00 


Capeharts 


539.15 


Mt. Carmel 


0.00 


Cashie 


2,937.48 


Mt. Tabor 


793.38 


Center Grove 


541.71 


Murfreesboro 


1,500.00 


Christian Harbor 


400.00 


Oak Grove 


100.00 


Colerain 


1,000.00 


Pleasant Grove 


333.24 


Connaritsa 


300.00 


Potecasi 


360.00 


Conwav 


2,298.76 


Powellsville 


836.60 


Creech Memorial 


1,300.00 


Republican 


75.00 


Creeksville 


220.00 


Rich Square 


849.64 


Earlys 


275.00 


Riverside 


375.00 


Edgewood 


240.00 


Roberts Chapel 


300.00 


Elam 


436.76 


Ross 


400.00 


Elm Grove 


1,050.00 


St. Johns 


200.00 


Galatia 


1,700.00 


Sandy Run 


396.00 


Greens Cross 


892.24 


Seaboard 


399.96 


Harrellsville 


652.69 


Severn 


450.00 


Hebron 


25.00 


Siloam 


300.00 


Holly Grove 


120.00 


Union 


987.87 


Holly Springs 


436.00 


Wakelon 


100.00 


Hortons 


120.00 


Winton 


1,300.00 


Jackson 


420.00 


Woodland 


1,518.50 






TOTAL 


$38,698.94 


2. Other Received: 








Evangelism Rally 


693.50 


Interest Checking 


502.24 


Sales Tax Refund 


100.96 


World Mission Conference 


5,210.50 


For Minutes 


45.00 


W. Va. Mission 


1A ICQ OA 

iu, IDO.At 


For Pulpit Supply 


120.00 


TOTAL 


$16,840.44 


TOTAL ALL RECEIVED . . 




$55,539.38 




$65,366.87 


PAID OUT: 








Director, Salary 


10,340.00 


Sunday School 


537.02 


Director, Travel 


2,400.00 


Church Training 


315.98 


House Rent 


1,800.00 


Brotherhood 


91.26 


Home Utilities 


1,073.70 


Music 


20.00 


Secretary 


3,367.56 


Evangelism 


1,455.82 


Office Rent 


1,200.00 


Conv. Expense 


600.00 


Office Utilities 


1,051.75 


Christmas 


300.00 


Office Supplies 


2,829.36 


FICA (secretary) 


499.49 


S.B.C. Annuity Board 


3,909.34 


Key Leader Conf . 


277.33 


Clerk 


150.00 


Miscellaneous 


89.00 



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Clerk, expenses 

Treasurer 

Minutes 



50.00 
150.00 
718.00 



World Missions Conf . 5,810.67 
W. Va. Mission Project 24,330.59 



TOTAL $63,366.87 
Balance on hand at the close of this year, September 30, 1982 $ 2,000.00 

Respectfully submitted, 
Malcolm Bracy, Treasurer 



15. The report of the Budget/Finance Committee was presented by chairman, Sid- 
ney Joyner. The budget was accepted. Mr. Joyner encouraged the churches to give 
three percent for the work of the association. 

Proposed Budget for 1982-83 



Budget Item 

I. Associational Director: 

1. Salary 

2. Travel 

3. House Rent 

4. Home Utilities 

II. Office: 

5. Office Rent 

6. Office Utilities 

7. Office Supplies 

8. Secretary 

9. FICA (secretary) 

III. Organizations: 

10. Sunday School 

11. Church Training 

12. Brotherhood - R.A. 

13. Music 

IV. Minutes: 

14. Printing 

15. Clerk, Honorarium 

16. Clerk, Expenses 

V. General: 

17. Treasurer 

18. Evangelism Committee 

19. Missions Committee 

20. S.B.C. Annuity Board 

21. Convention Expense 

22. Annual Session 

23. Migrant Chapel 

24. Association Office Center 

25. Key Leader Conference 

26. Christmas, Director 

27. Christmas, Secretary 

28. Seminary Extension 

29. Library Committee 

30. Miscellaneous 



Current Budget Proposed for 82-83 



$10,340.00 
2,400.00 
1,800.00 
1,500.00 

1,200.00 
900.00 
1,800.00 
4,125.00 
285.84 

600.00 
600.00 
200.00 
100.00 

750.00 
150.00 
50.00 

150.00 
1,000.00 

3,680.00 
600.00 

3,900.00 
0.00 
250.00 
200.00 
100.00 
0.00 
0.00 
100.00 



$11,000.00 
2,400.00 
1,800.00 
1,200.00 

1,200.00 
1,000.00 
2,400.00 
4,331.00 
290.18 

600.00 
600.00 
300.00 
100.00 

800.00 
200.00 
50.00 

200.00 
1,000.00 

3,900.00 
600.00 
1,000.00 
0.00 
5,000.00 
300.00 
250.00 
150.00 
50.00 
50.00 
100.00 



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31. Office Equipment 1,000.00 1,000.00 

32. World Missions Conference 1,000.00 0.00 

TOTAL $38,595.00 $41,871.18 

16. The report of the Committee on Committees was given by Mike Hill, chair- 
man. The report was accepted. 

Report of Committee on Committees 

HISTORY: 

Mrs. Kitty Jennings White Conway; 1987 

MEMBERSHIP 

Cecil Harkey Rt. 2, Colerain 27914; 1987 

SEMINARY EXTENSION: 

Mrs. Bennie White Askewville; 1983 

Joe D. McLean Jackson; 1985 

LIBRARY 

Mrs. R.C. Mason Harrellsville 

Mrs. Bessie Mitchell 

Mrs. J.D. Liverman Conway 

Mrs. Vera Futrell Conway 

MEMORIALS: 

Mrs. Grady Bridgers Rt. 1 Box 1 19, Jackson 

Mrs. Ann Holloman Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 

ORDINATION: 

Gerald Riggs Murfreesboro 

Jim Heater Conway 

Jack Lutz Merry Hill 

CONSTITUTION: 

Ed Westbury Severn 

Mike Hill Harrellsville 

Bobby Cross Murfreesboro 

TRUSTEES: 

Ray Dixon Murfreesboro 

Russell Johnson Conway 

J. Lebron Morris Roxobel 

NOMINATIONS: 

Mrs. Billy Harris Pendleton 

Rick Gaskins Seaboard 

J.H. Liverman Woodland 

John Thompson Colerain 

Wayne Simpson Buckhorn 

Don Turner Edge wood 

Garry Mickey Ross 

Shelton Leggett Windsor 

Truett White Askewville 

ORDER OF BUSINESS: 

Vice Moderator Potecasi 

Willie McLawhorn Lasker 

Lonnie Armstrong Galatia 

Ed Revelle Bethlehem 

Hubert Mizelle Colerain 

Respectfully submitted, 
jy Mike Hill, Chairman 



17. The report of the Committee on Nominations was given by Ed Revelle. This re- 
port was accepted. 



Report of Committee on Nominations 



Moderator 

Vice Moderator 

Clerk 

Treasurer 

Parliamentarian 

Sunday School Director 

Church Training 

Brotherhood 



Mrs. Henry Powell, Creech Memorial 
. . . Malcolm Bracy, Creech Memorial 



Lemar Wheeler, Woodland 



Linwood Canady, Potacasi 



Bennie Pledger, Colerain 
. Gerald Riggs, Meherrin 
. Steve Thompson, Union 



Ray Kornegay, Ross 



R.A. Director 
Music Director . 



Keith White, Menola/Oak Grove 



Rick Lloyd, Kelford 



18. Lonnie Armstrong, chairman of the Missions Committee, gave the committee 
report as information. 



1. The Migrant Mission at Rich Square has been phased out as of January, 1982. 
The Mobile Chapel has been moved off the property and placed on the Conner Mo- 
bile Home lot at Murfreesboro, North Carolina. Mr. Wayne Brown, the owner, was 
kind enough to allow us to store the unit there until we could make other arrange- 
ments. A committee was also named to search for a lot to place the mobile unit on for 
an Associational Office. 

2. In May, 1982, the Missions Committee held a called meeting to consider a West 
Virginia Mission Project. This is in connection with the Baptist State Convention 
and the Mountain State 200 Project with West Virginia. We considered the project of 
building a pastor's home at the First Baptist Church of Chester, West Virginia. The 
Missions Committee decided to make a recommendation to the Executive Committee 
to approve this as our Mission Project, after the Director of Missions made a trip to 
Chester, and checked the project out thoroughly. The Executive Committee met in a 
called meeting on May 4, 1982, and approved our recommendation. Then the 
General Board was called into a special session on June 1, 1982, to consider the pro- 
ject. They approved it. Plans were also submitted to the General Board for the 
churches to raise as much money as they could through special offerings. It was esti- 
mated that it would take $9,500.00 to frame the house and put the roof on. The Gen- 
eral Board voted to reallocate the money in the 1981-82 budget, for the Migrant 
Mission Work, to bring the foundation up to floor level. Volunteer work teams were 
to be solicited to go and work on the building in July and August. A smaller commit- 
tee was to be appointed to coordinate the sending of work groups and funds to 
Chester, for the work on the building. 

We tried to keep the churches informed on the incoming funds and the progress on 
the house. But we ran into some problems in September. The money gave out and we 
could not find any bricklayers to put the brick on the house. In looking for ways in 
which we could continue and finish the project, the Project Committee decided to 
recommend to the Executive Committee and they recommend to the General Board 
that all money left in the association treasury over $2,000.00 be applied to the project 
on September 30, after all bills had been paid. We also recommend a letter be sent to 
all pastors and chairman of deacons requesting additional support from the churches, 



Report of Missions Committee 



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at the close of the year, to be sent to the association, so that it could be applied to the 
project. The General Board approved these recommendations in the September meet- 
ing and they have been implemented. Progress on the home has been real good. We 
are hoping that it will be ready for the minister to move in by November. We will 
make a final appeal in the associational meeting to meet the needs to complete our 
Mission Project. 

Our sincere appreciation goes out to the churches - 32 in total and the individuals 
who have contributed $10,168.24 towards this tremendous project. 

3. The Holly Springs Baptist Church made a request for pastorial aid through the 
Missions Committee to the Baptist State Conventions Church Extension Department. 
The Missions Committee chairman, the moderator and Director of Missions met with 
the chairman of deacons, the church clerk and pastor of the Holly Springs Church to 
evaluate their request and guide them in filling out the application forms. Their re- 
quest was approved by the Missions Committee in a meeting following the September, 
General Board meeting. It has been forwarded to the Church Extension Department 
for their evaluation. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Lonnie R. Armstrong, Chairman 

19. The report from the Evangelism Committee was given by the chairman, Jack 
Mace, as information. 

Evangelism Report 

The year 1982 have been a busy year in evangelism. This has been the year of our 
"Here's Hope Crusade." Many months of planning and praying went into the simul- 
taneous revivals across our state. The State Evangelism Conference was held Febru- 
ary 8-9, in the War Memorial Auditorium, Greensboro. The Northeastern Area 
Evangelism Rally was held in the Helms Center at Chowan College. Many of our 
churches sent several hundred people to hear Dr. Mark Corts challenge us to get in- 
volved in giving hope to our own communities. In March many of our churches had 
revival services. Reports indicate there was a deepening of our spiritual commitment 
to Christ as well as many first-time decisions for Christ. From all over the state come 
reports of the success of Here's Hope. 

The major emphasis for 1983 will be "Growing an Evangelistic Church" in North 
Carolina. Twenty associational seminars are planned with pastors, staff, and lay 
leadership invited to attend the five-hour seminar. During October of 1983, 15 reg- 
ional evangelism conferences are being planned. These will be two-hour seminars to 
help us understand the materials available to us to develop evangelistic organizations 
in our churches. 

It remains out privilege to go into all the world and offer hope. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jack Mace, Chairman 
Associational Evangelistic Committee 

20. The congregation sang the hymn "The Church's One Foundation" led by Don 
Wagner, Winton Church. 

21. The Sunday School report was given by the director, Gerald Riggs, as informa- 
tion. 



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Sunday School Report 



The Sunday School is . . . reaching people. Reaching people is Biblical based. 
Jesus commanded "to go and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the 
Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things 
whatsoever I have commanded you: and lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end 
of the world" (Matthew 28:10-20). A brief look at the instructions our Lord gave in 
the Bible to His disciples leave no room for doubt concerning the importance He at- 
tached to the plan for witnessing to all the people of earth. 

Paul understood that our Lord's command was that the gospel be carried to all the 
peoples of the world, in essence to all people, all tribes, and to the ends of the earth. 
God's command upon our lives as Christians is to reach people with the message of re- 
demption through Jesus Christ our Lord. 

Reaching people is all inclusive. No one is excluded. Jesus said, "For God so loved 
the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believe in Him should 
not perish, but have everlasting life" (John 3:16). One of the first steps in reaching 
out then is to enroll persons in Bible study. 

Not only should we reach out with Bible Study Ministry, but we should reach in to 
those that are church members. There are more than 13 million Southern Baptist 
Church members and only 7.3 million Sunday School members. Here in the West 
Chowan Baptist Association we have a church membeship of 16,045 and only 8,834 
enrolled in Sunday School. We have no way of telling how many of this 8,834 
enrolled in Sunday School who are not members of our churches. We could be safe in 
assuming that approximately 2,000 of these are not church members. If this be the 
case, we have approximately 10,000 Baptist in West Chowan Association who are not 
attending our studying the Bible with us on Sunday. This trend needs to be reversed 
and it can be if we leaders will devote our energies to reach these people for Bible 
study. We are aware that 4,737 of this 10,000 are non-resident members but we are 
still responsible for them. Responsible in that we should try to locate them and en- 
courage them to become active in a church where they are residing. 

I challenge you as messengers to go back to your churches and get actively involved 
in helping to reach people in Bible study this coming year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gerald K. Riggs, 
Sunday School Director 

22. The Church Training report was given by Doyle Holder, director, as informa- 
tion. 

Church Training Report 

"Equipping Disciples Through Church Training" 

The Great Commission of our Lord Jesus Christ cannot be fully realized until the 
ministry of training the new converts is given a priority equal with that of evange- 
lism. Church Training, incorporated into the ministry of the church, will make 
discipleship a reality. 

Serving as Church Training Director for our association has made me appreciate 
the vital role that church training plays in a complete church program of evangelism 
and discipleship. 

Church Training activities began in November with "M" Night. Held at the 
Woodland Baptist Church, a full house heard Rev. Crate Jones, pastor of the Angier 
Avenue Baptist Church in Durham, North Carolina. Refreshments were served fol- 
lowing the meeting. 

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In late January, the church training leadership team attended the statewide train- 
ing conference at the Caraway Conference Center. 

Youth Night was held in early March at the Meherrin Baptist Church. Rev. James 
Lochridge of Lighthouse Evangelistic Ministries provided the program with music, a 
chalk drawing, and a message. Refreshments were served following the program. 

May was a busy month for church training. I attended the Statewide Leadership 
Conference at Ridgecrest. Later that month, the Youth Bible Drill Tournament was 
held at the Siloam Baptist Church. Under the direction of Mrs. Franklin Stansbury 
and Mrs. Jack Calloway, the young people competed with one another in their 
knowledge of the Bible. Refreshments were served following the competition. 

Our own Key Leadership meeting was held in early June at the First Baptist 
Church, Ahoskie. 

In early August, I represented church training at a Youth Ministries Conference 
held at the Union Baptist Church. The role of church training was discussed as it re- 
lates to youth ministries. 

As the need for church training is realized throughout our association, let me chal- 
lenge each pastor and each church to investigate the resources available through the 
Church Training Department in equipping each disciple toward spiritual maturity. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Doyle Holder 
Church Training Director 

23. The report of the Woman's Missionary Union was given by Mrs. Billy Harris, 
director, as information. 

W.M.U. Report 

Woman's Missionary Union - an organization with a top priority task! Our job 
along with the Brotherhood, is to keep missions in the heart of the church. 

Our year began with 287 women from 43 churches attending leadership training at 
Lewiston and Winton. Manual studies were held for each age level. 

Our annual W.M.U. Meeting was held in April with Askewville Baptist Church. 
Miss Helen Masters, missionary to Nigeria, was our inspirational speaker. There 
were 400 people who attended this meeting. 

Our Baptist Women had a prayer retreat at Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. Mrs. Fen- 
ton Mayle, Jr. and Mrs. Wilbur Davis, Baptist Women Director and assistant were in 
charge of the program. Skeet Hadley, home missionary at East Ocean View Mission, 
was the speaker. 

The highlight of the Y.B.W.'s year was having our State W.M.U. president, Mrs. 
Bea McRea, speak at their banquet at Askewville. Good work by Mrs. James Hart, 
director, and Mrs. Carl Piland, assistant. 

The B.Y.W. had a banquet at Harrellsville Baptist Church. Rev. Jimmy Ward as 
the speaker. Mrs. Dave Wilson and Mrs. Wayne Vinson are the leaders. 

The Acteens and their leaders sponsored a tea for the foreign students attending 
Chowan College. Bibles and other gifts were presented to the 49 students from other 
countries. Mrs. Gerald Riggs and Mrs. Richard Draper are the associational director 
and assistant. 

An Acteens Recognition Service was held in Ahoskie. 

During the World Mission Conference, the G.A.s sponsored a Missions Autograph 
Party at Winton. Mrs. Frank Stansbury and Mrs. Robert Brinkley are to be com- 
mended for thier good work as director and assistant director. 

An overnight G Activity was held at Galatia and two camps at Chowan College. 



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Mission Friends organizations are growing in size and number thanks to their 
leaders Mrs. Henry Joyner and Mrs. Fleetwood Pierce. 

Working with the Brotherhood our Mission Action leaders, Julia Outland and 
Mrs. Nadine Hewitt, led us in preparing 465 Christmas bags for Odom Prison, four 
boxes for Hertford, Bertie, and Northampton jails; and one box for Wiccacon 
House. A piano, hymnals, New Testaments and Bibles were sent to Wiccacon House. 

A mission action workshop was held at Union Baptist Church. 

Mrs. Randy Britton, mission study chairman, was involved in teaching the foreign 
and home mission study books in many churches. 

The Scholarship Committee, Mrs. Linwood Mitchell, chairman, presented three 
scholarships this year. The Billie Jo Rose Scholarship was given to Angela Pike, 
Murf reesboro. The Pearl Johnson Scholarships were given to Julia Joyner, Christian 
Harbor, and Amy Vann, Ashleys Grove. 

In looking back, we had a good W.M.U. year in West Chowan. Let's look ahead 
and work and pray for an even greater year, that every soul will hear the good news 
of Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Billy Harris, W.M.U. Director 
Mrs. Roger Miller, Assistant 

24. The Brotherhood report was given by the director, Ray Kornegay, as informa- 
tion. 

Brotherhood Report 

Our Brotherhood has begun this year to work more closely with W.M.U. in pro- 
moting missions and participating in mission projects. Mrs. Harris and I have had 
several conversations about ways we can work together. Last Christmas, the Brother- 
hood became active in the Odum Prison project. One other man and I helped pre- 
pare the 400 bags for the prisoners. Men from one of the churches delivered the bags 
to the prison. 

In March, a workshop was held at the Ross Church for R.A. leaders and Baptist 
Men's officers. A total of approximately 50 persons attended. We hope to expand this 
in the coming year by challenging all churches to have some kind of Brotherhood or- 
ganization. At last count, there were only 36 of the 60 churches that had either a 
Baptist Men's organization or R. A.s. 

The associational R.A. track meet was held May 1 at Ahoskie High School. Ap- 
proximately 85 boys from five churches participated. The associational R.A. direc- 
tor, Rick Lloyd, did a good job of organizing and conducting this event. Rick also at- 
tended the Key Leadership and shared with me information received there, so 
that I was able to conduct the Brotherhood session of the associational Key Leadership 
Conference held at Ahoskie First Baptist Church. 

We are looking forward to a more active year in 1982-83 as more churches form ac- 
tive Baptist Men's and R.A. organizations. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ray Kornegay 



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25. The music report was given as information. 



Music Report to the West Chowan Association 

We have had a good music year in our association. Fifteen music directors attended 
the Key Leadership Conference at First Baptist Church, Ahoskie. This workshop ex- 
perience was enjoyed by all. We also had several of our directors attend the Volunteer 
and Part-time Directors Retreat. 

We lacked only five churches listing their music section of the annual report 
having 100 percent of our churches reporting. This coming year it is possible for us to 
be the first association in the state to show 100 percent of our churches reporting 
music. 

As our new year begins may this be the best year yet for music in the West Chowan 
Association. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Don Gober 



26. The congregation sang the hymn "Send the Light" led by Mr. Wagner. 

27. Larry Bradley, pastor of Ashley's Grove, read from Numbers 32:1-7 and led in 
prayer. 

28. Special music was presented by Miss Julia Parker, Winton Baptist Church. She 
was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Kenneth Stokes. 

29. The afternoon message was given by Robbie Parker, pastor of Aulander Baptist 
Church. 

30. Prayer of thanks for the evening meal was given by Ed Westbury,pastor of Sev- 
ern Baptist Church. 



EVENING SESSION 



31. Mrs. Stokes presented an organ prelude prior to the evening session. 

32. At 7:30 p.m. the moderator called the evening session to order. 

33. Don Wagner led the congregation in singing the hymn "He Keeps Me 
Singing." 

34. Elmer Joyner, pastor of Rich Square Baptist Church, led the congregation in a 
responsive reading. Then he led in prayer. 

35. The history of Creech Memorial Baptist Church was read by Robert Askew, 
chairman of the Church History Committee of Creech Memorial. 




And you say you seldom have an opportunity to witness? 



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CREECH MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 




History of Creech Memorial Baptist Church 



On May 11, 1952, the Executive Committee of West Chowan Baptist Association 
met on a vacant lot in Ahoskie for the purpose of helping organize a missionary Bap- 
tist church. Rev. Oscar Creech, moderator, presided over the meeting. Rev. Tom 
Greene, associational missionary pastor, was also present. That afternoon Creech 
Memorial Baptist Church was organized with 17 charter members. The new congre- 
gation worshiped in a tent borrowed from the National Guard Armory. 

The cornerstone of the educational building was laid October 1, 1952. The first 
service held in the new building was on December 21, 1952. 

On February 11, 1954, the church licensed Rudolph Morris to preach the gospel. 
Our sister church, Ahoskie, First, began sending $100.00 per month to help Creech 
Memorial out financially. 

From May 1963 to May 1964, 22 people were baptized and 17 joined the church by 
letter. During this time the church voted to add a second story to the educational 
building, by 1967 the church membership was 305. 

On January 17, 1954, the church purchased the brick veneer house across the 
street from the church for $9,000.00. This house was to be used as a parsonage. 

On July 13, 1955, the church voted to go to a full-time program. We voted to with- 
draw from a field with Edgewood Chapel, Windsor, North Carolina. 

The sanctuary was begun in the spring of 1973. During this year a new organ was 
purchased with monies given by the D.G. Waters family and Mrs. Mae Odum New- 
some in memory of Mrs. Newsome's parents. 

New pews and carpet were purchased for the sanctuary in August 1975. A baptistry 
was installed. The baptistry scene was purchased with money left the church by Mrs. 
Sadie Carter. We held our first meeting in the new sanctuary on October 27, 1975. 
During this year we had a note burning on the sanctuary. A new communion set was 
given the church by Mr. and Mrs. D.G. Waters and Mrs. Mae Odum Newsome. 

In 1978-79 we remodeled our pastorium. Rev. Frank Hollifield was the first pastor 
to live in the larger pastorium. 

In 1980 Ed Revelle, a ministerial student at Southeastern Seminary, was ordained 
to the gospel ministry. 

A note burning for the parsonage debt was held in 1981. 

A new steeple and portico on the front of the church were installed in 1982. 

Two new bathrooms were installed on the second floor of the educational 
building. 

In closing I quote from several previous histories: 

"Yes, this is Creech Memorial Baptist Church. It is Christ's church. 

And to all who mourn and need comfort, 

To all who are weary and need rest, 

To all who are friendless and need friendship, 

To all who pray and to all who do not, but should, 

To whosoever will 

Creech Memorial Baptist Church opens wide its doors and in the name of Jesus 
Christ, the Living Lord says WELCOME. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Robert Askew 

36. The moderator introduced Steve Hardin, pastor of First Baptist Church, 
Chester, West Virginia. 

37. Steve Hardin showed slides and spoke on the work our association is doing to 
build a parsonage for the First Baptist Church, Chester, West Virginia. 



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38. The congregation sang "Rescue the Perishing." 

39. The moderator introduced Floyd Tidsworth, Jr., Director of the Division of 
Missions, West Virginia Convention of Southern Baptists. He spoke on "Mountain 
State 200." 

40. The benediction was given by Floyd Tidsworth. 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20 

41. Pre-session music was presented by Mrs. Don Gober, Ahoskie, First, at the 
piano. 

42. The session was called to order by the moderator, Lemar Wheeler. 

43. The congregation was led in the singing of the hymn "Blessed Assurance." 

44. W.D. Morris, pastor of Earlys Baptist Church, quoted Psalm 23 and led in 
prayer. 

45. Mr. Morris welcomed the messengers and visitors of the annual session to the 
Earlys Church. 

46. Moderator responded to the welcome. 

47. Richard Smith, business manager, North Carolina Baptist State Convention, 
was introduced by the moderator. Mr. Smith spoke on "North Carolina Baptists at 
Work Together." 

48. History of the Earlys Church was given by Mrs. Lawrence Myers. 




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EARLYS BAPTIST CHURCH 




W.D. MORRIS 



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History of Earlys Baptist Church 



Some years prior to 1917, several people from the community of Earlys were meet- 
ing as a church in a one-room school known as the Earlys Public School. They were 
led by a Rev. Matthews. The congregation had plans to build a church building. 
They were constituted into the West Chowan Association in 1917 with Rev. S.B. 
Barnes as pastor and 36 members. Several men cut timber from the lands of J.D. 
Early and the new church was built on land in Earlys given by J.D. Early. The 
church was completed in 1918 with a value of $2,000.00. 

In 1919 a Woman's Missionary Society was organized with Mrs. H.C. (Edna) New- 
some serving as president. In 1922 all other mission organizations were added. Mrs. 
L.P. (Hazel) Britton, Sr. has been W.M.U. president since 1940. 

The church has grown steadily through the years in membership, Sunday School 
enrollment, in mission giving, and in the physical plant. 

The church has had periods of indebtedness, but all debts are now retired. 

In the 1950s additional classrooms (4) were added to the present sanctuary and two 
bathrooms. 

Complete remodeling of the sanctuary was done in the 1960s. New pews and pulpit 
furniture, organ, carpeting, and vestibule were added. 

Under the leadership of our present pastor, Dr. W.D. Morris, and Robert Earl 
Brinkley, Sunday School Director since 1955, we have continued to make further 
strides. For the first time in the history of the church, worship services began to be 
held each Sunday morning. Prior to this time services had been held on Sunday af- 
ternoons and later were held two times a month on Sunday mornings. 

Further improvements continued to be made to the physical plant with the ad- 
dition of a new heating and air conditioning system to the sanctuary. In 1974 a large 
educational building, which includes a fellowship hall complete with kitchen facili- 
ties and bathrooms, and three classrooms, was built by the men of the church on land 
donated by J.B. Early and additional parking area was also given. In the 1970s 
stained glass windows added to the reverent and worshipful appearance of the sanctu- 
ary as well as the baptistry and stained glass mural in 1977. In 1979 a permanent 
lighted sign was placed on the front lawn and a sidewalk was added. 

It is appropriate to note the leadership of our present pastor's wife, Mrs. W.D. 
(Eva) Morris, particularly in the area of music ministry. She continues as organist 
and has been instrumental in starting several choirs. In 1981 we had our first choir 
robes. 

In 1981 the old church bell in the gazebo was restored. In 1982 new pew cushions 
were added. The first radio ministry of the church began in 1981 and this year has 
given us new outreach potential. 

Earlys Church approaches the future with enthusiasm, insight, faith and hope. 

Written by Elaine Early Myers 

49. Henry Powell, Director of Missions, relinquished time from his report to Lon- 
nie Armstrong, chairman of Missions Committee. Mr. Armstrong spoke on the West 
Virginia project. The churches are asked to receive an offering for this project the 
first two Sundays of November. This will be the last appeal for financial help for this 
project. He reported that 32 churches have already given financial help. He encour- 
aged the other 28 churches to be a part of this project making 100 percent participa- 
tion. 

50. The Director of Missions gave his report. 



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Report of Director of Missions 



The year 1982 has been another good year in the work of the West Chowan Associa- 
tion. And it has been a busy year. As the various reports have indicated, the usual 
meetings have been held: Vacation Bible School Clinics, leadership training meet- 
ings, council meetings, etc. Since these are repeat each year we need not dwell on 
them. 

Several unusual events took place this past year. 

We began the year with the World Missions Conference, October 25-November 1. 
There were 25 missionary speakers the first part of the week; and 15 the last part, 
speaking in a total of 40 churches. Total attendance for the week was 10,589, an aver- 
age of 2,216 per service (in the churches). In addition, the missionaries spoke a num- 
ber of times in schools and other places. I have been in a number of W.M.C. over the 
years, but this was one of the best, if not THE BEST. I received several personal com- 
munications from school principals expressing gratitude for the visiting speakers in 
the schools. 

In February we had our first Evangelistic Rally. About 900 people filled the 
bleacher area of the Helms Center. So far as we know, this was the largest crowd ever 
assembled for an associational event in this area. 

Then came the Simultaneous Revivals. One of the highlights of the week for 
pastors and visiting preachers was the two breakfast meetings each week. It was a 
sharing/testimony time as well as eating time. It was truly special. 

We closed the year with six Leadership Training Groups Schools; three on Septem- 
ber 27-28, and three on October 4-5. The attendance was disappointing, folks didn't 
take us seriously; but we had a good time. Several said it was the Leadership Train- 
ing event they had ever attended. 

It was a busy year for me personally. I have had more calls to serve in the churches 
this year than ever before. For this I am grateful. That's why I am here. Please call 
on me when I can be of service in any way. I'll do my best to help. 

So much for the past. Now for the future. With this annual session we close out the 
first 100 years of service for the West Chowan Baptist Association, 1883-1982. Just 
ahead of us is the 100th (Centennial) Year. A year of celebration of what has been 
done; and a look ahead to what can be done. It should also be a time of rededication 
and recommitment to the task that is yet ahead of us. 

Dr. E.D. Head, president of Southwestern Seminary, used to begin each new 
school year with his customary "Pep talk" to help us get the new school year off to a 
good start. He always closed with his pet slogan: "Hats off to the past; coats off to the 
future." This could well be our theme of this 1983 Centennial Celebration year and 
our motto for the future. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Henry Powell 

51. The congregation sang the hymn "I Love to Tell the Story." 

52. Cecil Harkey, pastor of Bethany Church, read from Luke 10:25-37 and led in 
prayer. 

53. Special music was presented by Mrs. Gober who sang "Ordinary People." 

54. Jim Langford, pastor of First Baptist Church, Ahoskie, brought the message 
for the morning. 

55. The moderator recognized Henry Morgan who brought greetings from the 
North Carolina Baptist Children's Homes. 

56. Don Turner, pastor of Edgewood Church, gave thanks for the noon meal. 



WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 



57. Pre-session music was presented by Mrs. W.D. Morris at the organ and Mrs. 
Lawrence Myers at the piano. 

58. The moderator called the meeting to order at 1 : 00 p.m. 

59. The congregation sang the hymn "Love Lifted Me." 

60. Jimmy Ward, pastor of Brantleys Grove Church, read John 14:1-3 and led in 
prayer. 

61. The moderator recognized Robbie Parker, chairman of the place and preacher 
committee. 

62. Mr. Parker gave the following report: the West Chowan Association will meet 
with Woodland Church on the first day of the annual session in October, 1983 and 
with Cashie Church the second day. this committee will work with the Program 
Committee as plans are made for the Centennial Celebration speakers. He brought 
this as a recommendation. 

63. After a discussion, the recommendation was accepted. 

64. Jack Byrd, chairman of the Ordination Committee, reported that the commit- 
tee had met once to examine Ricky K. Barnes from the Galatia Church. The commit- 
tee recommended him to Galatia Church for ordination. 

65. A standing vote of appreciation was given to the host churches Creech Memori- 
al and Menola and Earlys and Powellsville for the fine job they did hosting the an- 
nual sessions. 

66. Mrs. Grady Bridgers, Creeksville Church, led the congregation in a time of re- 
membrance for our deceased members. 

67. It was reported that 255 people attended both days of the annual sessions. 

68. The moderator introduced Richard Everett, Division of Evangelism with 
North Carolina Baptist State Convention, who brought the closing message. 

69. The benediction was given by Frank Stansbury, Askewville Church. 

70. The congregation sang "I Have Decided to Follow Jesus." 

71. Adjourned. 



In Memoriam 



^HOSKIE 

Mrs. J. Claxton Brett 
Edgar L. Swain 
Clayton Beard 
Harvey Edwards 
Mrs. R.G. Harrell 
Gus R. King 
R.W. Lowe 
Mrs. Jimmie Hollo- 
man 
Mrs. Paul Dukes 
J. Corbell Morris 
Henry 

Willoughby 



* John He 



Robert Williams 
J.B. Horton 
Mrs. Alvin J. Eley 
Mrs. W.F. Whedbee 
Mrs. Grant Bridgers 
Mrs. Charlie White 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 
Mrs. Bettie Vann 
Rebie Askew 

ASKEWVILLE 
Mrs. Icey White 
Mrs. Alma Gray 

Johnson 
Mrs. Amy W. White 
Mrs. Mae White 



Livingstone White 
Carl White 
Grant Dunlow 

AULANDER 

Miss Cathleen Myers 
Mrs. Helen Rice 
Brodus Taylor 
Norman Mitchell 
Mrs. Stella Batts 
Mrs. Ruth Dempsey 

BETHANY 
Jessie Cullipher 
Oliver Perry 
Phillip White 



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or 

Willie IT, 



Willie Hughes 
Kenny Perry 

BETHEL 

Ernest F. White 
Alvin W. Mayle 
Walter Lewis Parker 

BRANTLEYS GROVE 
Mrs. Maude Brinkley 

CAPEHARTS 
Stewart Taylor 

CASHIE 
Delk Ward 
W.C. Beckstall 
Roy V. Thompson 
Vernon Mizelle 
Mrs. Bessie H. Davis 
Mrs. Ruby P. Smith- 
wick 

Mrs. Elizabeth Cope- 
land 

W.T. Dawson, deacon 
Fred Hale 

CENTER GROVE 
Mrs. Brode Dilday 
Robert B. Lassiter 
Delbert Early 
Dave Holloman, 

deacon 

CHRISTIAN 
HARBOR 

Mrs. Stanley Whitley 
Nathan H. White 

COLERAIN 

Mrs. Miley Ward 
Mrs. Starkey G. White 
Mrs. Jack Magette 
Cleaton M. Harell 
H.O. Harrell 
Mrs. Lora White 



CONNARITSA 

Mrs. Elizabeth Adams 
Mrs. Anna Baughan 
Mrs. Lloyd Lane 
Riddick Todd 

CONWAY 
J. Russell Cox 
Mrs. Alice Jones Cox 
Miss Geneva Allen 

CREECH MEMORIAL 
Mrs. J.V. Willoughby 
Mrs. Olivia Holloman 
Bruce Williams 

CREEKSVILLE 
Haywood Lassiter 
Mrs. Leon Martin 
Mrs. Clenton Martin 
Waverly Johnson 

EARLYS 

Mrs. Bessie Morris 
Mrs. Dudley Gordon 
Willie Blowe 
Julian Beale 
Leslie Mitchell 

ELAM 

Mrs. Dora Webb 

Little 

ELM GROVE 

G.V. Mizelle, deacon 
and charter member 
McCoy Jernigan 
Dorsey Hoggard 
W.M. (Bill) Perry 

GALATIA 

Frank Harris, deacon 
James Archer 
Mrs. Gracie Wade 
Clyde Davis 

GREENS CROSS 
Aubrey Brown 
Mrs. Odell Pierce 
Mrs. Rosa Davis 

Phelps 
Miss Georgianna 

Lawrence 



VILLE^^ 



HARRELLSVILLE 
Mrs. Brittle Myers 
Mrs. Luther Whitley 

HEBRON 

Norman Bryant 
Jimmy Jones 
Mason Beale, deacon 

HORTON'S 
Mrs. Mary Jane 

Nichols 
Mrs. Leona Morris 
Baugham 

JACKSON 

Mrs. Victoria Draper 
Sidney T. Ellen 

KELFORD 
Aubrey Joyner 
Owen Parker 

LASKER 

George Wilder 

LEWISTON 
Mrs. Lay field 

Burkette 
Mrs. Kittie Early 

MARS HILL 
Merle Davidson 
Mrs. E.C. Lee, Sr. 
W. Roy Hoggard 
Willie D. Phelps 

MEHERRIN 

Mrs. Carol Griffith 
Mrs. R.F. Bennett 
Donnie Bennett 

MT. CARMEL 
Miss Dallie Gay 

MT. TABOR 
Mrs. Luther Hill 

MURFREESBORO 
Mrs. Sally Bess 



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\W Leon; 



Leonard Parker 
Mrs. Lela Belch 
Mrs. Lucille White- 
hurst 

Walter Clark 

OAK GROVE 

Mrs. Bessie Lassiter 

PLJEASANT GROVE 
Edgar Baugham 
Albert Dempsey 
Mrs. Gracie Dempsey 
Dan Rawls 

POTECASI 

Mrs. Ellie Bridgers 
Mrs. W.A. Davis 
Mrs. Mary Lewter 
Mrs. Floyd Sumner 
M.L. Howard 

POWELLSVILLE 
James Ralph Smith 

REPUBLICAN 
M.H. Alston 
Ishma Harris 
Miss Eva White 



RICH SQUARE 
Mrs. Annie Mac- 
Brown 
Mrs. W.R. Draper 
Mrs. Lois Howell 

RIVERSIDE 
Rhodes Hughes 
Mrs. Mary Mizelle 
D.W. Bynum 

ROBERTS CHAPEL 
Stanley Barnes, 

deacon 

Lee Ricks 

Mrs. Grace Stephen- 
son 

ROSS 

Marshall White 
Mrs. Lillian Surgeon 
Rudolph Castelow 

ST. JOHN'S 
Vera Edwards 
Jessie Harrison 
Pete Parker 

SANDY RUN 

Mrs. Bernice B. Early 

SEABOARD 
H.E. Matthews 
Lewis N. Wiggins 
Mrs. Annie Mae Lee 



SEVERN 

Reuben Edwards 
Coy Martin 
Mrs. Barham Fleet- 
wood 

SILOAM 

Hyman Speller, 

deacon 

UNION 

A. Ray Lassiter, 

deacon 
Mrs. Eula T. Peele 
Johnnie G. Harrell, 
Sr. 

WINTON 

Mrs. Dorothy Pierce 
Harry H. Parker, Sr., 

deacon 
Mrs. Helen Piland 
Mrs. Lessie Futrell 
Mrs. Lettie Liverman 

WOODLAND 
Raleigh T. Vick, 

deacon 



Honor Roll of Church Clerks 

The following church clerks, listed alphabetically, had their church letters in be- 
fore or by October 6, 1982: 

CHURCH CLERK 

Ashleys Grove Mrs. Louise H. Vann 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Sr. 

Brantleys Grove Mrs. Charlie Godwin 

Cashie Miss Janie Lee Hughes 

Christian Harbor Mrs. T.L. Norvelle 

Colerain Linwood Mitchell 

Connaritsa Mrs. Clyde D. Francis 

Conway J. Raynor Woodward 

Creech Memorial Robert Askew 

Earleys J.B. Early 

Elam Thad Harrils 

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Elm Grove 

Galatia 

Harrellsville . 
Holly Grove . . 

Hortons 

Jackson 

Kelford 

Lawrence 

Mars Hill .... 
Mt. Tabor 
Pleasant Grove 

Potecasi 

Powellsville . . 
Republican. . . 

Seaboard 

Siloam 

Woodland 



Floyd Barmer 



Mrs. Henry Britton 



R.C. Mason, Jr. 

Mrs. Eugene Simons 
Mrs. Charlie Powell 



Mrs. Helen Stephenson 
Mrs. Beatrice Copeland 



Michael Edwards 
Mrs. Peggy Jones 
C.M.King 



Mrs. Margaret B. Dunning 



Stanley Vaughan 



J.C. Hoggard 



Reddick White, Jr. 



Henry R. Ricks 



Clyde Anders 



Mrs. Leslie B. White 



Bertie Union Meeting 



Bertie Union of West Chowan Association met April 30, 1982 with Bethany Baptist 
Church. Harrellsville Baptist Church was co-host. 

William Lawrence, moderator, presided over the meeting. Mrs. John Parker, 
music director, led the congregational singing. 

The program theme was "Strengthening Families." Bennie Pledger, pastor of Col- 
erain Baptist Church, spoke on "The Changing Role of Today's Family." Lonnie 
Armstrong, pastor of Galatia Baptist Church, spoke on "The Caring Church and the 
Family." Ted Williams, Director of Department of Aging, Baptist State Convention, 
spoke on "The Caring Family and the Church." 

Special music for the meeting was provided by Mrs. Terry Robbins, Mrs. Vera 
Outland, and Mrs. John Parker. 

The following officers were elected to serve for the coming year: Moderator - 
William Lawrence; Vice Moderator - William Futrell; Secretary - Mrs. Grady 
Bridgers; Music Director - Mrs. John Parker; Pianist - Mrs. Arba Godwin. 



ASKEWVILLE: Paved additional parking lot. 
BETHANY: Dedicated new parsonage; centennial. 

CONNARITSA: Gift of four matching banquet size tablecloths to the church kitch- 
en; Christmas tree in auditorium containing over 100 crossed stitch framed reli- 
gious symbols made by Miss Lula Chamblee.; Tree given and decorated by Lindsey 
B. Chamblee who made a felt applicated tree skirt showing the scene relating to 
the birth of Christ; display case installed in the fellowship hall and stocked with 
historical items of the church.; Church historical marker with lights donated and 
installed by the Scarboro Parker family in memory of Mrs. Ruby Bazemore Park- 
er.; Porches installed above stoop on each side of the church entrance; parsonage 
completely renovated, including painting, wall to wall carpet. 

CREECH MEMORIAL: Burned note on pastorium; Added portico and steeple to 
front of sanctuary. 

CREEKSVILLE: Installed air conditioning to educational building; Installed air 

conditioning and heat to the church fellowship hall. 
EARLYS: Purchased new pew cushions. 



Historical Events 



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Churches of the 
West Chowan 
Baptist Association 



1. Ahoskie-7C 

2. Ashley's Grove - 6B 

3. Askewville - 7E 

4. Aulander - 6D 

5. Bethany -8D 

6. Bethel - 3B 

7. Bethlehem -8C 

8 Brantley's Grove -7C 
9. Buckhorn - 7A 

10. Capeharts-8E 

1 1 . Cashie - 7F 

12. Center Grove -7D 

13. Christian Harbor - 8C 

14. Colerain-8D 

15. Connaritsa - 6D 

16. Conway - 5B 

17. Creech Memorial - 7C 

18. Creekville - 5B 

19. Earley's-6C 

20. Edgewood Chapel - 7E 

21. Elam-3B 

22. Elm Grove -8D 

23. Galatia-5A 

24. Green's Cross - 8E 

25. Harrellsville - 8C 

26. Hebron - 6B 



27. Holly Grove -7D 

28. Holly Springs -7C 

29. Horton's-6C 

30. Jackson - 4B 

31. Kelford-5D 

32. Lasker - 5B 

33. Lawrence - 7F 

34. Lewiston - 5E 

35. Margarettsville - 4A 

36. Mars Hill -8D 

37. Meherrin-6B 

38. Menola-6C 

39. Merry Hill - 8E 

40. Mount Carmel - 4B 

41. Mount Tabor -7B 

42. Murfreesboro - 6B 

43. Oak Grove -6C 

44. Pleasant Grove - 6C 

45. Potecasi - 5B 

46. Powellsville - 7D 

47. Republican - 6E 

48. Rich Square - 5C 

49. Riverside - 8E 

50. Robert's Chapel -5A 

51. Ross - 8E 

52. Sandy Run - 5D 



53. Seaboard - 4A 

54. Severn - 5A 

55. Siloam-7F 

56. St. John's -6C 

57. Union - 7C 

58. Wakelon-8D 

59. Winton-7B 

60. Woodland - 5C 



ELM GROVE: Founder's Day - Fiftieth Anniversary; New room added to parson- 
age; New siding on parsonage; New roof on church. 

GALATIA: Ricky K. Barnes ordained to ministry; Tommy Glover licensed to minis- 
try; Bought church bus; Installed pew cushions; Memorial piano donated to 
church. 

HOLLY GROVE: Added central air conditioning and heat. 

KELFORD: New heating system installed; new shingles put on church and parson- 
age. 

LAWRENCE: Renovated existing buildings. 
MEHERRIN: Installed new steeple. 
MT. TABOR: Paid off loan on parsonage. 
MURFREESBORO: Many renovations in the church. 
OAK GROVE: Built fellowship building. 

PLEASANT GROVE: New porch on parsonage; Air conditioned fellowship hall. 
REPUBLICAN: Carpet installed down side aisles of church; yard sign erected with 

name of church.; Air conditioning installed. 
ROSS: Baptistry installed; Steeple added; van purchased. 

SEABOARD: Parsonage repaired and redecorated.; New garage built for parsaonge. 
SEVERN: Started a ministry with shut-ins.; Had one churchwide prayer breakfast. 
WOODLAND: Two recipients of Religious Scholarship Fund.; Five men gave one 

week of work to West Virginia parsonage - both projects sponsored by Brotherhood 

with churchwide participation. 



Annual Session Schedule for the 1980s 



1983 Meeting Place 

First Day - Woodland Baptist Church 
Second Day - Cashie Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - St. John's Baptist Church 



Co-Host (help with meal) 

Hebron Baptist Church 
Lawrence Baptist Church 
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church 



1984 



First Day - Riverside Baptist Church 
Second Day - Creeksville Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Bethal Baptist Church 



Capeharts Baptist Church 
Murfreesboro Baptist Church 
Sandy Run Baptist Church 



1985 



First Day - Siloam Baptist Church 
Second Day - Union Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Oak Grove Baptist Church 

1986 



Edgewood Baptist Church 
Brantleys Grove Baptist Church 
Mars Hill Baptist Church 



First Day - Aulander Baptist Church 
Second Day - Ashleys Grove Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Elm Grove Baptist Church 



Greens Cross Baptist Church 
Buckhorn Baptist Church 
Merry Hill Baptist Church 



1987 



First Day - Galatia Baptist Church 
Second Day - Askewville Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Center Grove Baptist Church 



Margarettsville Baptist Church 
Republican Baptist Church 
Holly Grove Baptist Church 



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1988 

First Day - Elam Baptist Church 
Second Day - Seaboard Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Winton Baptist Church 

1989 

First Day - Colerain Baptist Church 
Second Day - Connaritsa Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Lasker Baptist Church 

1990 

First Day - Meherrin Baptist Church 
Second Day - Kelford Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Lewiston Baptist Church 



Mt. Carmel Baptist Church 
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church 
Wakelon Baptist Church 

Christian Harbor Baptist Church 
Hortons Baptist Church 
Ross Baptist Church 

Holly Springs Baptist Church 
Ahoskie First Baptist Church 
Bethlehem Baptist Church 



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Church Directory 

Missions Operated by Church 



Rich Square Roanoke Valley Nursing Home 

Ordained Ministers 

(Other Than Pastors) 

Ahoskie, First Francis L. Cordrey, Rt. 2 Box 45-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Edwin C. Dacus, 614 W. First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Cashie Joe Polinski, Rt. 3 Box 61-1, Windsor 27983 

Creech Memorial Henry Powell, P.O. Box 215, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Nickie Martin, P.O. Box 265, Conway 27820 

Murfreesboro Hargus Taylor, Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 



Rowland S. Pruette, Dogwood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
B. Franklin Lowe, Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Bela Udvarnoki, Woodridge Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Bruce E. Whitaker, Pine Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Philip Royce, Holly Hill Rd., Murfreesboro 27855 
Clifton Collins, Murfreesboro 27855 
Earl Parker, Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Charles Paul, Woodland Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Vint Tilson, College St., Murfreesboro 27855 



Powellsville Cecil E. Rose, P.O. Box 148, Powellsville 27967 

Daniel M. Spell, Rt. 1, Ahoskie 27910 
Seaboard P.T. Worrell, P.O. Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Ministers Licensed During the Year 

Galatia Tommy Glover, P.O. Box 25, Seaboard 27876 

Jackson John M. Wells, Rt. 2 Box 48, Kinston 28501 

Ministers Ordained During the Year 

Galatia Ricky K. Barnes, Rt. 1 Box 94, Margarettsville 27853 

Assistant Pastors 

Ahoskie, First Irby B. Jackson, P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Ministers of Youth 

Ahoskie, First Wm. Don Gober, P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Organists or Pianists 

Ahoskie, First William R. Raynor, P.O. Box 40, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Vera Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 206, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mrs. Mary Lou Jernigan, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mrs. Sylvia Vaughan, Rt. 1 Box 23-A, Eure 27935 

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Bethany Mrs. Cleo Lee, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Linda Ricks, Rt. 1 Box 82, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem John R. Moore, Rt. 4 Box 100, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantleys Grove Mrs. June White, Rt. 3 Box 194VS, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. H.K. Taylor, P.O. Box 38, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Sue Doris White, Rt. 2 Box 173, Colerain 27924 

Cashie Mrs. Tom Brooks, Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mrs. Arba Godwin, Rt. 1 Box 56, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. T.L. Griffin, Rt. 1 Box 92, Cofield 27922 

Colerain Mrs. Don Craft, 516 N. Pembroke Av., Ahoskie 27910 

Connaritsa Mrs. C.E. Baker, P.O. Box 57, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. J. A. Fleetwood, P.O. Box 6, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mrs. Billy Woodard, 909 N. Mitchell St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Milton Strickland, Rt. 2 Box 399, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mrs. W.D. Morris, Rt. 1 Box 111, Gates 27937 

Edgewood 

Elam Joey Davis, P.O. Box 133, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mrs. Connie Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 296-A, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Elliott Davis, Rt. 1 Box 59, Seaboard 27876 

Greens Cross Mrs. Yvonne Williams, 707 S. Queen St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Mary Lou Earley, P.O. Box 146, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Ruth Chitty, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mrs. Thomas E. Ruffin, Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Ms. Ann Young, P.O. Box 9, Winton 27986 

Horton's Mrs. Joe Phelps, Rt. 2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mrs. Roy Biggerstaff, 604 Rapids St., Roanoke Rapids 27870 

Kelford Mrs. Mike Vick, P.O. Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Steve Harding, Rich Square 27869 

Lawrence Mrs. Kay Barnacascel, Rt. 2 Box 454-F, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Mrs. Ruth Williford, P.O. Box 100, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. R.O. Glover, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Carrie D. Brown, Rt. 1 Box 373, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. Henry Miller, Rt. 1 Box 411, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Vernie Vinson, Rt. 1 Box 245, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. Virginia Barfield, Box 116, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Betty Long, Rt. 1 Box 28-B, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. T.S. Benthall, Rt. 3 Box 55, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Mrs. John Gosnell, Holly Hill Rd., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Greg Barmer, P.O: Box 424, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Ricky Perry, Rt. 1 Box 272-A, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Mrs. Ann Wood, Rt. 2, Conway 27820 

Powellsville Mrs. Julia Godwin, Rt. 3 Box 199- A, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mrs. Becky Lilley, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Elmer Joyner, P.O. Box 589, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Miss Lynette Finch, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel Mrs. Phyllis Mann, Rt. 1 Box 55, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Linda Harrell, Rt. 2 Box 222, Colerain 27924 

St. John's Ms. Myrtie Britton, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Sandy Run Bennie J. Reynolds, P.O. Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Miss Elizabeth Harris, P.O. Box 147, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. K.E. Stokes, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mrs. Wanda Speller, Rt. 3 Box 756, Williamston 27892 

Union Mrs. Lawrence Sumner, Rt. 2 Box 74, Ahoskie 27910 

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Wakelon Mrs. Trudy Jones, Rt. 2 Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton 

Woodland Mrs. James Clark, Spruce St., Woodland 27897 

Media Center (Church Library) Directors 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. Louise Garett, 421 First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Vera Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 206, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mrs. Martha L. White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Mrs. Shelton Leggett, 303 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Milton Holloman, Rt. 1, Harrellsville 27942 

Greens Cross Mrs. Myrtle Castelloe, Rt. 2 Box 177, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. R.C. Mason, Jr., P.O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Lasker Mrs. Talmadge Barnes, Rich Square 27869 

Meherrin Mrs. Vidie Francis, Rt. 1 Box 88, Murfreesboro 27855 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Pansy Storey, Rt. 1 Box 388, Murfreesboro 27855 

Roberts Chapel Randolph Phillips, P.O. Box 65, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Peggy Askew, Rt. 3 Box 342-A, Windsor 27983 

Woodland Mrs. John Vaughan, Sr., Main St., Woodland 27897 

Pastors 

Ahoskie, First James E. Langford, P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Larry Bradley, Rt. 1 Box 99, Conway 2782© 

Askewville 

Aulander Calvin W. Parker, Jr., P.O. Box 220, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Cecil Harkey, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 142-A, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Thomas R. Edwards, Rt. 1 Box 90, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Ed Revelle, Rt. 4 Box 357, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantleys Grove James E. Ward, Rt. 3 Box 14-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Wayne Simpson, P.O. Box 67, Como 27818 

Capeharts Jack Lutz, Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Jack W. Byrd, 101 Gray St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Jack Mace, P.O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Christian Harbor Michael Hill, P.O. Box 5, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Bennie E. Pledger, P.O. Box 126, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Gordon K. West, P.O. Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Conway James E. Hester, P.O. Box 158, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mark A. Morris, 502 Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Harold Scott, Rt. 1 Box 265, Conway 27820 

Earlys W.D. Morris, Rt. 1 Box 111, Gates 27937 

Edgewood Don Turner, Rt. 3 Box 81, Windsor 27983 

Elam Hugh W. Mizelle, P.O. Box 37, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Hubert Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 330, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Lonnie R. Armstrong, Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876 

Greens Cross 

Harrellsville Michael Hill, P.O. Box 5, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Tony Futrell, P.O. Box 102, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove 

Holly Springs Philip McCall, P.O. Box 56, Cofield 27922 

Horton's Gordon K. West, Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Joe D. McLean, P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Richard Lloyd, P.O. Box 37, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Willie McLawhorn, Lasker 27848 



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Lawrence C.E. Thomas, P.O. Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Lewiston D.H. McCollough, P.O. Box 130, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville P.T. Worrell, P.O. Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Mars Hill J. Cecil Aldridge, Rt. 1 Box 334, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Gerald K. Riggs, 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Keith White, P.O. Box 147, Aulander 27805 

Merry Hill C.E. Thomas, P.O. Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel P.T. Worrell, P.O. Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Richard Cooke, Rt. 3 Box 81-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Thomas H. Caulkins, 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Keith White, P.O. Box 147, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Howard Corley, Rt. 1 Box 39, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Gene Asbill, P.O. Box, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Jack Mace, P.O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Republican J.N. Baggett, Rt. 4 Box 245-C, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Elmer Lee Joyner, P.O. Box 589, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Donald L. Clinton, P.O. Box 96, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel 

Ross Garry L. Mickey, Rt. 3 Box 319-L, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Donald Christian, Rt. 2 Box 104, Ahoskie 27910 

Sandy Run H. LeRoy Huthmacher, P.O. Box 95, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Rick Gaskins, P.O. Box 357, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Ed Westbury, P.O. Box 502, Severn 27877 

Siloam Doyle Holder, Rt. 4 Box 730, Windsor 27983 

Union Steve Thompson, Rt. 2 Box 54, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Ed Revelle, Rt. 4 Box 357, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton Donald S. Wagner, P.O. Box 415, Winton 27986 

Woodland J. Lemar Wheeler, P.O. Box 444, Woodland 27897 

Sunday School Directors 

Ahoskie, First Randy Britton, 612 Lakeview Dr., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Olivia Green, Rt. 1 Box 58, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Elbert Cowan, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander C.W. White, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 4, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Everett White, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Tony Mumford, Rt. 1 Box 83, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Robert Bazemore, Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Brantleys Grove Henry Dilday, Rt. 4 Box 449, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Oscar Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 51-A, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Eloise Carter, Rt. 1 Box 277, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Shelton Leggett, 303 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Robert Brantley, Rt. 1 Box 62-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor William N. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 32, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Alton Pierce, P.O. Box 52, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Lindsey B. Chamblee, Rt. 2 Box 113-A, Aulander 27805 

Conway C.J. Watson, P.O. Box 416, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Emmett Casper, Rt. 1 Box 84-D, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Leon Galloway, Rt. 2 Box 398, Conway 27820 

Earlys Robert Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood 

Elam Leon Dickens, Rt. 1 Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 351, Colerain 27924 



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Galatia James Barnes, Rt. 1 Box 94, Margarettsville 27853 

Greens Cross Al Jernigan, Rt. 3 Box 41 1-H, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Jimmy Cotton, Rt. 1 Box 111-A, Cofield 27922 

Hebron Marnch Futrell, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Eugene J. Simons, P.O. Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Curtis Eure, Rt. 3 Box 12-R, Ahoskie 27910 

Horton's Joe Phelps, Rt. 2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Ronald Boone, P.O. Box 607, Jackson 27845 

Kelford M.K. Vick, P.O. Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Grady Flythe, Jr., Lasker 27848 

Lawrence James E. White, Rt. 2 Box 571, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Robert E. Williford, P.O. Box 100, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville 

Mars Hill Darvin T. Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 385, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola David Brinkley, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Mt. Carmel Leslie Long, Rt. 1 Box 28-B, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Dwight Tinkham, Rt. 1 Box 251, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Irvin Joyner, 605 Woodland Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Douglas Miller, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Joe Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 6, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Donnie Rogers, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Truitt Tayloe, Rt. 1 Box 5-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Edwin Parker, Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Ted Tyler, 434 W. Jackson St., Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Clarence W. Williams, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel John H. Woodard, P.O. Box 145, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Tommy Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 329, Colerain 27924 

St. John's Julian Blowe, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Sandy Run J. Lebron Morris, P.O. Box 7, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard S.Y. Daniel, P.O. Box 158, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Marion L. Tyler, P.O. Box 603, Severn 27877 

Siloam A.L. Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983 

Union Randy Miller, Rt. 2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Paul William, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Charles M. Edwards, P.O. Box 179, Winton 27986 

Woodland Sam Lassiter, Hazel St., Woodland 27897 

Church Training Directors 

Askewville G.T. Pittman, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Bethel Mrs. Fenton Mayle, Sr., Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Creech Memorial Malcolm Bracy, 302 Cherry St., Ahoskie 27910 

Elm Grove Spencer Jernigan, Rt. 2 Box 256-A, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Travis Taylor, Rt. 1 Box 197, Pendleton 27862 

Greens Cross Mrs. Mary Castellow, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Meherrin S.T. Wrenn, 105 Pecan Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Mt. Tabor Billy Daniels, Rt. 3 Box 80-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Ross Mrs. Sue Todd, Rt. 3 Box 382, Windsor 27983 

Siloam Mrs. Peggy Anders, Rt. 2 Box 90, Windsor 27983 

Union Mrs. Roger Miller, Rt. 2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton Fred Downs, P.O. Box 127, Winton 27986 



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Music Directors 



Ahoskie, First Wm. Don Gober, P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Trudy Gibson, Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Patsy Bryant, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Bethany Wayne Lee, Rt. 2 Box 167, Colerain 27924 

Brantleys Grove Glenn Brickhouse, Rt. 3 Box 14-13, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. W.G. Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Mrs. Jack Lutz, Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mrs. Joe Spruill, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Center Grove Mrs. Jack Mace, P.O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Christian Harbor E.G. Blythe, Rt. 1 Box 5, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Don Craft, 516 N. Pembroke Av., Ahoskie 27910 

Connaritsa Mrs. C.E. Baker, P.O. Box 57, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Julian Liverman, P.O. Box 56, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Marcus Johnson, 204 South St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Harold Scott, Rt. 2 Box 265, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mrs. W.D. Morris, Rt. 1 Box 111, Gates 27937 

Elam Leon Dickens, Rt. 1 Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Merrell Gay, Rt. 1 Box 95-A, Seaboard 27876 

Greens Cross Rhoda Lawrence, Rt. 2 Box 141, Windsor 27983 

Hebron Mrs. Tony Futrell, P.O. Box 102, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Thomas E. Ruffin, Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Jackson Mrs. Roy Biggerstaff, 604 Rapids St., Roanoke Rapids 27870 

Lasker Mrs. Wanda Britton, Rt. 1 Box 151-F, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence Mrs. C.E. Thomas, P.O. Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Lewiston, First Mrs. Diane Lilley, 111 Fairview St., Williamston 27892 

Margarettsville Mrs. R.O. Glover, Rt. 1, Margarretsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy R. Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Robert G. Mulder, 385 Franklin Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. F.E. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro James Chamblee, Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Pleasant Grove Ricky Perry, Rt. 1 Box 272-A, Woodland 27897 

Rich Square Keith Vaughn, P.O. Box 276, Rich Square 27869 

Roberts Chapel Mrs. Joan Home, Rt. 1 Box 91, Pendleton 27862 

Sandy Run Bennie J. Reynolds, P.O. Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. George Hall, P.O. Box 332, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. K.E. Stokes, Severn 27877 

Siloam Leroy Mobley, 1810 W. Main St., Williamston 27892 

Union Mrs. Mike Blowe, Rt. 1 Box 184, Aulander 27805 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Joan J. Downs, P.O. Box 127, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. James Clark, Spruce St., Woodland 27897 

W.M.U. Directors 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. Malcolm Copeland, 915 Stokes St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Emily Martin, P.O. Box 124, Milwaukee 27854 

Askewville Mrs. JoAnne Mizelle, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Aulander Mrs. CleoTinkham, P.O. Box 171, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Nadine Hewitt, Rt. 2 Box 143, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Linda Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 96-A, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mrs. W.S. Bazemore, Rt. 1 Box 23, Cofield 27922 

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Brantleys Grove Mrs. Vivian Andrews, Rt. 3 Box 14-J, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. R.G. Whitley, Rt. 1 Box 50, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Dannie McClenney, Rt. 1 Box 39, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Miss Janie Lee Hughes, 401 Cale St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mrs. Joyce Brantley, Rt. 1 Box 62-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Earl Lowe, Rt. 1 Box 41, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Lee Newsome, P.O. Box 112, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Mrs. C.E. Tinkham, P.O. Box 392, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Lawrence Ricks, Rt. 1 Box 77, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mrs. Henry Powell, P.O. Box 215, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Grady Bridgers, Rt. 1 Box 119, Jackson 27845 

ijarlys Mrs. L.P. Britton, 816 W. Church St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood 

Elam Mrs. C.B. Painter, Rt. 1 Box 269, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Mrs. Rosa Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 286, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt. 1 Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Greens Cross Mrs. Mary J. Asbell, Rt. 2 Box 188, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Dorothy Holloman, P.O. Box 44, Harrellsville 27942 

Holly Springs Ms. Ann Young, P.O. Box 9, Winton 27986 

Jackson Mrs. William Barrow, Rt. 1 Box 312, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Mary Browne, P.O. Box 162, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Blannie Britton, Rt. 1 Box 150, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence Mrs. Linda Harden, Rt. 2 Box 553, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Mrs. Dayle Vaughan, P.O. Box 235, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. R.O. Glover, Margarrettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Margie Hollowell, Rt. 1 Box 410, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. G.B. Warren, Rt. 1 Box 35-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Margaret L. Brown, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Mrs. C.E. Thomas, P.O. Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Judy Barnes, Rt. 1, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Dwight Tinkham, Rt. 1 Box 251, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Shirley Pike, Union St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. T.C. Miller, Rt. 1 Box 222, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Mrs. Clyde Jenkins, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Mrs. Kathy Watkins, P.Q. Box 85, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Mrs. Wilson Jernigan, Rt. 1, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Esther Davis, P.O. Box 273, Rich Square 27869 

Roberts Chapel Mrs. Lois Edwards, P.O. Box 55, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Garry Mickey, Rt. 3 Box 319-L, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mrs. Josephine Askew, Rt. 2 Box Ahoskie 27910 

Sandy Run Mrs. Elizabeth Morris, P.O. Box 7, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Calvin Maddrey, P.O. Box 272, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. K.E. Stokes, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mrs. Ruth Speller, 306 Oak St., Williamston 27892 

Union Mrs. B.A. Peterson, Rt. 2 Box 31, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mrs. Edith Bryant, Rt. 2 Box Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Connie E. Piland, P.O. Box 468, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Gilbert Timberlake, Main St., George 27833 

Brotherhood Directors 

Ashley's Grove Frankie Futrell, Rt. 1, Conway 27820 

Askewville Allen G. White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 



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Aulander J.E. Skinner, Rt. 1 Box 2-A, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Haywood White, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Sr., Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantleys Grove Lloyd E. Dunlow, Rt. 3 Box 171-D, Ahoskie 27910 

Cashie Dalton R. White, Rt. 3 Box 6, Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Robert E. White, Rt. 1 Box 91, Ahoskie 27910 

Colerain Seaton Fairless, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 127, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Henry G. Spruill, P.O. Box 275, Aulander 27805 

Conway Johnny Reynolds, Rt. 1 Box 7, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Robert E. Askew, 1008 N. Academy St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mike Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 348, Conway 27820 

Elam Z.L. Davenport, P.O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Henry Britton, Rt. 1 Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Greens Cross Reginald Asbell, Rt. 2 Box 188, Windsor 27983 

Holly Springs Thomas Mathias, Rt. 3 Box 84-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Lasker Wallace Daughtry, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence W.G. Sallenger, Rt. 2 Box 524, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Eugene Bunch, P.O. Box 267, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Meherrin Clinton Evans, Rt. 1 Box 13, Murfreesboro 27855 

Mt. Tabor CM. King, Rt. 1 Box 368-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Bob Ballance, Cotton St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Riverside Milton Cullipher, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel W.D. Edwards, P.O. Box 25, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406-H, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Eddie Newsome, Rt. 1 Box 118, Aulander 27805 

Seaboard Tommy Flythe, P.O. Box 238, Seaboard 27876 

Siloam A.L. Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983 

Union David Cox, 303 Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Winton Joseph Futrell, Rt. 1, Winton 27986 

Woodland Leslie B. White, Woodland Av., Woodland 27897 

Treasurers 

Ahoskie, First Miss Anne Hill, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Sarah Askew, Rt. 1 Box 167, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Bennie White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mrs. Sarah Johnson, Rt. 1 Box 285-A, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Everett Miller, Rt. 2 Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Bethel P.L. Daniel, Rt. 1 Box 81, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mrs. W.S. Bazemore, Rt. 1 Box 23, Cofield 27922 

Brantleys Grove Mrs. G.L. Ross, Rt. 2 Box 257-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. Oscar Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 51-A, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Lois Hughes, 142 Morris Cr., Edenton 27932 

Cashie Ulrich Mizelle, 304 Winston Ln., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 92-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. J.L. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 131-A, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Eloise B. Perry, P.O. Box 5, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Roy Francis, Rt. 4 Box 91, Ahoskie 27910 

Conway Mrs. Julian Liverman, P.O. Box 56, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial T.J. Casper, 616 Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Grady Bridgers, Rt. 1 Box 119, Jackson 27845 

Earlys R.E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 



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Elam W.M. Stephenson, P.O. Box 12, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mrs. Helen Jernigan, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Billy Britton, Rt. 4 Box 173, Pendelton 27862 

Greens Cross Mrs. Margaret Mizelle, 1004 Taylor St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Hazel Jones, Rt. 1 Box 116-B, Cofield 27922 

Hebron Mrs. Walter Miles, P.O. Box 251, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Carol Francis, Rt. 1 Box 203, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs, Mrs. Helen Miller, Rt. 1, Winton 27986 

Horton's Mrs. Frances Bazemore, P.O. Box 465, Windsor 27983 

Jackson C.W. Bass, P.O. Box 504, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Franklin Lewis, Sr., P.O. Box 31, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Elenor Elks, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence W.J. Barnacascel, Rt. 2 Box 455, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First C.H. Edwards, P.O. Box 295, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. Leanora Vaughan, Rt. 1, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Margaret Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 343, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Henry Miller, Rt. 1 Box 411, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Miss Sally Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Roy Pierce, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Evelyn Stephenson, Rt. 1, Jackson 27845 

Mt. Tabor F.E. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro CM. Forehand, Jr., E. High St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mr. & Mrs. Colie Rawls, Rt. 1 Box 454, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Eileen Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 2, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Mrs. Elsie Jenkins, Rt. 2 Box 347, Conway 27820 

Powellsville Mrs. Donna Tayloe, Rt. 1 Box 5-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Clifton Ward, 308 N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Sara Ivey, P.O. Box 226, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Ben Adams, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel Stanley H. Barnes, Rt. 1 Box 52-B, Pendleton 27862 

Ross C. Owen White, Rt. 2 Box 249-A, Colerain 27924 

St. John's Mrs. Kay Edwards, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Sandy Run Mrs. Martha McLawhorn, P.O. Box 66, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Miss Mary E. Little, Rt. 1 Box 142, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Garland D. Barnes, Severn 27877 

Siloam Joseph Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 755, Windsor 27983 

Union Mrs. C.J. Liverman, Rt. 2 Box 82, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mrs. Agnes Belch, Rt. 2 Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Gloria J. Thum, P.O. Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland John Outland, Jr., Main St., Woodland 27897 

Church Clerks 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. CD. Wiggins, Jr., 318 Ruth Av., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Louise Vann, P.O. Box 157, Conway 27820 

Askewville Dancy G. White, Rt. 3 Box 192, Windsor 27983 

Aulander T.H. Griffith, P.O. Box 81, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Carolyn Lawrence, Rt. 2 Box 194, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Sr., Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Dennison Wiggins, Rt. 1 Box 40, Cofield 27922 

Brantleys Grove Mrs. Charlie Godwin, Rt. 3 Box 12-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn William G. Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Mrs. Deborah Daniel, Rt. 3 Box 366, Windsor 27983 



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Cashie Miss Janie Lee Hughes, 401 Cale St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Otis C. Payne, 421 Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. T.L. Norvelle, Star Rt. Box 40, Colerain 27924 

Colerain Linwood Mitchell, Rt. 1 Box 132, Harrellsville 27942 

Connaritsa Mrs. Clyde D. Francis, Rt. 2 Box 114, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Julian Liverman, P.O. Box 56, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Robert E. Askew, 1008 N. Academy St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Leroy Barrett, Rt. 1 Box 105, Seaboard 27876 

Earlys J.B. Early, Rt. 1 Box 28-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Elam Thad Harris, P.O. Box 32, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 351, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt. 1 Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Greens Cross Mrs. Lillian Harden, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville R.C. Mason, Jr., P.O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mrs. Eugene Simons, P.O. Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Mrs. Sandra Hollowell, Rt. 1 Box 115, Cofield 27922 

Horton's Mrs. Annie M. Powell, Rt. 2 Box 45, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mrs. Helen Stephenson, P.O. Box 115, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Beatrice Copeland, P.O. Box 21, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Wilson Askew, P.O. Box 193, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Michael Edwards, Rt. 2 Box 370, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First . . . Mrs. Charles Vaughan, P.O. Box 235, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. Helen Vick, P.O. Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy R. Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. Elvin Parker, Rt. 1 Box 413,Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Kate S. Barber, Rt. 1 Box 246, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. L.T. Jackson, Rt. 2 Box 424^2, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Betty Long, Rt. 1 Box 28-B, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor CM. King, Rt. 1 Box 368-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Pat Edwards, Forest Cr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mr. 8c Mrs. Colie Rawls, Rt. 1 Box 454, Aulander 27855 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Margaret B. Dunning, Rt. 1 Box 43, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Stanley Vaughan, P.O. Box 276, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville J.C. Hoggard, P.O. Box 215, Powellsville 27967 

Republian Reddick White, Jr., 301 Sterlingworth St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Pat Bennett, Rt. 1 Box 103, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Walter S. Dunlow, Rt. 1 Box 217, Merry Hill 27957 

Roberts Chapel Steve Mann, P.O. Box 28, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Ms. Elizabeth Bunch, Rt. 3 Box 336-A, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mrs. Ellen Harrell, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Sandy Run Mrs. Catherine Walston, P.O. Box 38, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Henry R. Ricks, P.O. Box 281, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. Marion Tyler, P.O. Box 603, Severn 27877 

Siloam Clyde Anders, Rt. 2 Box 90, Windsor 27983 

Union Mrs. Roger Miller, Rt. 2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Floyd M. Perry, Rt. 2 Box 396, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Gloria J. Thum, P.O. Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland Ms. Leslie B. White, Woodland Av., Woodland 27897 

Chairmen of Deacons 

Ahoskie, First Al Newsome, 1010 N. Colony Av., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Ray Bryant, Rt. 1 Box 206, Murfreesboro 27855 

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Askewville Dancy G. White, Rt. 3 Box 192, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Glenn Askew, Rt. 1 Box 2, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Wayne Lee, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Sr., Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem John R. Moore, Rt. 4 Box 100, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantleys Grove Henry Dilday, Rt. 4 Box 499, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Cyrus D. Howell, Rt. 1 Box 57, Como 27818 

Capeharts Dennis Brooks, Rt. 1 Box 55-A, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Robert B. Spivey, 810 Roberts St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Horace Dilday, Sr., Rt. 1 Box 92-XX, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Willie H. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 40, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Tildon Brown, Star Rt., Box 22, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Herman Morris, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Conway Denny Vann, Rt. 1, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Emmett Casper, Rt. 1 Box 84-D, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Leon Galloway, Rt. 2 Box 398, Conway 27820 

Earlys J.B. Early, Rt. 1 Box 28-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Elam Z.L. Davenport, P.O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Fentress Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 338, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Billy Harris, Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27862 

Greens Cross Rhoda Lawrence, Rt. 2 Box 141, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Richard Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 100-A, Cofield 27922 

Hebron Marnch Futrell, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Carol Francis, Rt. 1 Box 203, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Jimmy Hoggard, Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Horton's Joe Phelps, Rt. 2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Robert S. Parker, Church St., Jackson 27845 

Kelford Franklin Lewis, Sr., P.O. Box 31, Kelford 27842 

Lasker Keith Britton, Rt. 1 Box 151-F, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence W.W. Daniels, 702 Center St., Windsor 27983 

Mars Hill Darrell Lee, 411 Rhue St., Ahoskie 27920 

Menola William Burkett, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill L.T. Jackson, Rt. 2 Box 424i/ 2 , Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Leary Pruden, 412 Jackson St., Roanoke Rapids 27870 

Mt. Tabor D.J. Tinkham, Rt. 3 Box 59-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Mrs. F.O. Mixon, Dogwood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Douglas Miller, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Malcolm Best, Rich Square 27869 

Powellsville J.D. Jones, P.O. Box 26, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Clifton Ward, 308 N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Larry Godwin, P.O. Box 532, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside James Matthews, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Ross Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Boc 406-H, Windsor 27983 

Severn Marion L. Tyler, P.O. Box 603, Severn 27877 

Siloam Leroy Mobley, 1810 W. Main St., Williamston 27892 

Union Richard Murray, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Rt. 2 Colerain 27924 

Winton W.E. Vinson, Jr., P.O. Box 237, Winton 27986 

Woodland John H. Liverman, Woodland Av., Woodland 27897 



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For your further information 
and reference 
The West Chowan Baptist Association 

100th Annual Minute Book 
is concluded with the following tables. 



Table A - Church Membership 

Table B - Sunday School 

Table D - Church Music 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union 

Table F - Brotherhood 

Table G - Total Receipts, Expenditures, Stewardship 
Table H - Mission Expenditures 
Table I - Special Information 
Table C - Church Training 



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Director of Assoc. Missions: 
Henry Powell, P.O. Box 215, 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 

Year Ending 9/30/82 


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Ashley's Grove 
Askewville 
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Bethlehem 
Brantleys Grove 
Buckhorn 
Capeharts 
Cashie 

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Assoc. Sunday School Director: 
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West Chowan 

Assoc. Music Director: Keith 
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SIONARY UNION 
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Assoc. W.M.U. Director: Mrs. 
Billy Harris, Rt. 1 Box 193, 
Pendleton, NC 27862 

Year Ending 9/30/82 


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TABLE F BROTHERHOOD 
West Chowan 

Assoc. Brotherhood Director: 
Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 
406-H, Windsor, NC 27983 

Year Ending 9/30/82 


CHURCHES 


Ahoskie 

Ashley's Grove 

Askewville 

Aulander 

Bethany 

Bethel 


Brantleys Grove 

Buckhorn 

Cashie 

Center Grove 

Colerain 

Connaritsa 


Conway 

Creech Memorial 

Creeksville 

Earlys 

Elam 

Elm Grove 



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33,232 
59.735 
34,231 
49,703 
23,423 


2,379 
18,637 

29,358 
82,®32 
19,194 


18,512 

52,159 
28,727 
50,720 
45,979 


26,036 
21,543 
22,129 
40,261 
63,160 
22,026 


43,922 
10,151 


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10,992 
31,616 
7,121 
5,288 
6,263 


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11,437 
13,439 
51,852 
7,312 


9,456 

23,710 
9,164 
11,989 
13,619 


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6,446 
9 , 608 
17,934 
38,606 
11 ,290 


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1,082 


1 132 I 133 


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1 ,376 
3 , 964 
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1,148 


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1,687 
1,677 

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4,131 
1,512 


1,057 

2,035 
1,399 
3,629 
4,784 


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846 
2,155 
3,954 
1,866 


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20,864 
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10,276 
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10,370 


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35,102 
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10,240 
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12,868 
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53,999 
84,070 
59,709 
52,677 
30,753 


9,748 
28,583 
40,534 

117,183 
21,983 


30,724 

64,073 
30,444 
133,782 
81 ,016 


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26,381 
24,171 
43,921 
86,056 
29,Oj>« 


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10,177 | 


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2,227 
2,566 


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8,760 
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59,709 
43 ,115 
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21,983 


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30,444 
133 ,782 
81 ,016 


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26,381 
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82,942 
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5,807 
12,110 
14,548 
4,270 


4,812 

10,520 
4,902 
15,387 
18,349 


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1,698 
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24,325 
2,827 


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64,867 
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30,188 


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25,541 
34,696 
26,328 
83,860 
17,713 


23,490 

53,552 
25,542 
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TABLE G TOTAL RE- 
CEIPTS, LOCAL EX- 
PENDITURES & STEW- 
ARDSHIP 

West Chowan 

Assoc. Treasurer: Malcolm 
Bracy, 302 Cherry St., 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 

Year Ending 9/30/82 


CHURCHES 


Ahoskie 

Ashley's Grove 

Askewville 

Aulander 

Bethany 

Bethel 


Bethlehem 
Brantleys Grove 
Buckhorn 
Capeharts 
Cashie 

Center Grove 


Christian Harbor 

Colerain 

Connaritsa 

Conway 

Creech Memorial 


Creeksville 

Earlys 

Elam 

Elm Grove 
Galatia 
Green's Cross 


Harrellsville 
Hebron 



5,840 
2,181 
22,222 


15,900 
19,421 
10,438 
60,617 
5,415 
22,372 


71,025 
20,833 
31.404 
7,186 
41,469 
162,711 


15,934 
21,223 
26,503 
27,387 
14,232 
43,776 


29,163 
22,675 
34,363 
44,259 
18,196 
22,628 


32,711 
21,075 
44,190 
10,399 
49,407 
26,272 
2,CF86,931 


460 
7,296 


4,300 
6,558 
3,571 

32,701 
3,376 

11,265 


20,443 
3,562 

14.090 
2,031 
5,466 

33,126 


3,513 
4,320 
9,511 
14,556 
10,082 
11,031 


11,659 
9,404 
17,201 
26,286 
4,905 
4,839 


22,361 
8,629 

21,132 
2,683 

31,993 
6,009 
*62,852 


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1 ,003 
1,051 
1 ,671 

239 
1,022 


5,447 
789 

1,732 
110 

1,538 

4,065 


616 
798 
1,475 
1,208 
190 
2,866 


1 ,359 
1,964 
2,100 
1,819 
985 
1,308 


1,148 
854 
3,064 
. 444 
2,394 
2,317 
101^7*51 


o o o o o c 

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11,062 


3,185 


88,895 


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3,316 
1,628 
12,308 


11,000 
11,860 

5,816 
17,525 

1,800 
10,085 


33,314 
5,420 
8,494 
1,860 
14,158 
36,625 


8,234 
15,005 
15,516 
11,623 

3,960 
23,090 


16,154 
11 ,307 
15,062 
10,585 
12,305 
13,856 


9,203 
12 ,592 
14,923 

6,792 
15,020 
17 ,946 
548,881 


o o o o o o 

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9,290 
4,319 
29,027 
24,500 
25,690 
17,352 
57 ,570 
6,403 
33,717 


88,256 
17,124 
35,128 
8,544 
54,327 
89,416 


16,273 
28,427 
40,415 
41,896 
16,588 
54,392 


34,901 
30,734 
49,508 
41 ,457 
23,731 
31 ,091 


40,907 
22,896 
48,384 
11,417 
70,624 
62,335 
2,667,354 


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4,244 
29,027 
24,500 
25,690 
16,989 
57,570 
6,123 
33,084 


87,177 
17,030 
35,128 
8,544 
54,327 
89,416 


16,273 
28,427 
39,816 
39,423 
16,588 
53,704 


34,901 
30,734 
47,136 
41 ,445 
23,731 
30,757 


40,728 
22,896 
48,384 
11.283 
40,624 
62,335 
2,536,973 


207 
7,704 
1 , 100 
2,404 
3,, 403 
13,143 
756 
2,594 


19,563 
5,740 


5 , 685 
22,698 
21,637 


2,831 
3,489 
3,484 



10,935 


1,496 
6,198 
7,123 
9 ,375 
1,195 
2,565 


8,041 


9,120 
270 
10,867 
10,523 
4??, 379 


4,037 
21,323 
23,500 
23,286 
13,586 
44,427 
5,367 
30,490 


67,614 
11 ,290 
35,128 
2,859 
31,630 
67,779 


13,442 
24,938 
36,332 
36,750 
16,588 
42,769 


33,405 
24,536 
40,013 
32,070 
22,536 
28.192 


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Holly Springs 
Horton ' s 
Jackson 


Kelford 
Lasker 
Lawrence 
Lewiston, First 
Margaretsville 
Mars Hill 


Meherrin 
Menola 
Merry Hill 
Mt. Carmel 
Mt. Tabor 
Murf reesboro 


Oak Grove 
Pleasant Grove 
Potecasi 
Powellsville 
Republican 
Rich Square 


Riverside 
Roberts Chapel 
Ross 

St. John's 
Sandy Run 
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63,009 
10,513 
29,266 
5,010 
3,334 
2,920 


2,762 
6,453 
6,542 
4,078 
25,125 
4,615 


12,473 
2,563 
23,962 
10,921 
4,220 


3,973 
3,792 
9,894 

22,260 
6,441 

30,767 


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21 ,447 
7 ,785 

19.162 
2,310 
1 ,208 
2,420 


2,162 
4,112 
3,582 
2,365 
14,775 
3,906 


4 ,464 

4.052 
1 ,563 
13,082 
6,334 
1 ,678 


2,373 
1,603 
6.232 

15,149 
3,769 

17,324 


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5,262 
2,865 
4,155 






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1 ,272 
1 ,209 

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3,837 

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EXPENDITURES 

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Assoc. Clerk: Mrs. Henry 

PoweU, P.O. Box 215, Ahoskie, 

NC 27910 
Year Ending 9/30/82 


CHURCHES 


Ahoskie 

Ashley's Grove 

Askewville 

Aulander 

Bethany 

Bethel 


Bethlehem 
Brantleys Grove 
Buckhom 
Capeharts 
Cashie 

Center Grove 


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Colerain 
Connaritsa 
Conway 

Creech Memorial 
Creeksville 


Earlys 
Elam 

Elm Grove 
Galatia 
Green's Cross 
Harrellsville 


Hebron 
Holly Grove 



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INFORMATION 
West Chowan 

Moderator: Lemar Wheeler, 
P.O. Box 444, Woodland, NC 
27897 

Year Ending 9/30/82 


CHURCHES 


Ahoskie 

Ashley's Grove 
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Aulander 
Bethany 
Bethel 


Bethlehem 
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Buckhorn 
Capeharts 
Cashie 

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Creeksville 


Earlys 
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Galatia 
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Harrel.l sville 


Hebron 
Holly Grove 





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West Chowan 
Baptist 
Association 

North Carolina 



Minutes of the 
100th Anniversary (Centennial) Session 



West Chowan 
Baptist Association 

North Carolina 



held with 

WOODLAND BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday afternoon, October 18, 1983 

HELMS CENTER, CHOWAN COLLEGE 
Tuesday night, October 18,1983 

CASHIE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Wednesday, October 19, 1983 



The 1984 Annual Session will be held: 



Tuesday, October 23, 1984 Riverside Baptist Church 

Preacher - Rev. James Hester 
Alternate - Rev. Joe McLean 

Wednesday, October 24, 1984 Creeksville Baptist Church 

Preacher - Rev. Elmer Joyner 
Alternate - Rev. Mark Morris 



The Bertie Union Meeting will be held on April 27, 1984 
with the BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH. 



Published 1983 by 
the Edmonds Printing Company 
Lawrenceville, Virginia 23868 



Table of Contents 



Title Page 

Table of Contents 

Associational Directory 

General Officers 
Organizational Officers 
General Board 
Standing Committee 

Messengers 

Constitution 

Proceedings 8c Reports of the 100th Anniversary Session 

Early Bird Church Clerk 

In Memoriam 

Historical Events reported by the churches 

Annual Session schedule for the 1980s 

Historical Table 

Church Directory 

Missions Operated by the Churches 

Ordained Ministers other than pastors 

Ministers Ordained this year 

Assistant Pastors 

Ministers of Youth 

Church Organist or Pianists 

Church Library (Media) Directors 

Pastors 

Sunday School Directors 4 

Church Training Directors , 42 

WMU Directors 43 

Brotherhood Directors 44 

Music Directors 45 

Church Treasurers 46 

Church Clerks 47 

Chairman of Deacons 48 

Statistical Tables 52 

Map of the Association Center of Book 

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Associational Directory 



General Officers 

MODERATOR 

William G. Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855; phone: 398-4230 

VICE MODERATOR 
Charles M. Edwards, P.O. Box 179, Winton 27986; phone: 358-8361 

CLERK 

Mrs. Henry Powell, P.O.Box 215, Ahoskie 27910; phones: 332-3235, 332-8109 

TREASURER 

Malcolm Bracy, 302 Cherry St., Ahoskie 27910; phone: 332-5696 
SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTOR 
James E. Hester, P.O. Box 158, Conway 27820; phones: 585-1752, 585-1893 
CHURCH TRAINING DIRECTOR 
Richard Cooke, Rt. 3 Box 81-C, Ahoskie 27910; phone: 398-3266 
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director Mrs. Billy Harris, Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27862; 

phone:585-1147 

Assistant Director Mrs. Roger Miller, Rt.2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910; 

phone: 332-3883 

Secretary /Treasurer Mrs. Lonnie Armstrong, Rt. 1 Box 89, Pendleton 

27876; phone: 585-1121 

B.W. Director Mrs. Delmas Pike, 305 Union St., Murfreesboro 27855; 

phone: 398-3386 

Assistant B.W. Director Mrs. Linwood Mitchell, Rt.l Box 132, Harrellsville 

27942; phone:356-4335 

Y.B.W Mrs. James Hart, P.O.Box 430, Colerain 27924; phone: 356-2623 

Assistant Y.B.W. Director Mrs. Carl H. Piland, P.O.Box 468, Winton 

27986; phone: 358-7271 

B.Y.W. Director Mrs. Ed Lowers, Rt.l Box 99, Cofield 27922; 

phone: 356-2698 

Assistant B.Y.W. Director Mrs. Garry Mickey, Rt. 3 Box 319-L, Windsor 

27983; phone: 794-4339 

Acteens Director Mrs. Richard Draper, Rt.3 Box 34-A, Ahoskie 27910; 

phone: 332-4054 

Assistant Acteens Director Mrs. Gerald Riggs, 513 Meherrin Av., Murfrees 

boro 27855; phone: 398-4963 

G.A.Director Mrs. Dwight Tinkham, Rt. 1 Box 251, Murfreesboro 27855 

phone: 398-3210 

Assistant G.A.Director Mrs. R.E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

phone: 332-2667 

Mission Friends Director Mrs. Henry Joyner, Rt.3 Box 1402, Ahoskie 27910; 

phone: 332-8279 

Assistant Mission Friends Director Mrs. Bobby Robbins, P.O.Box 185, Rich 

Square 27869; phone: 539-4182 

Assistant Mission Action Director Mrs. Don Turner, Rt.3 Box 81, Windsor 

27983; phone: 794-2839 

Mission Support Director Mrs. Jack Lutz, Rt.l Box 276, Merry Hill 27957; 

phone: 482-4338 



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Mission Study Director Mrs. Randy Britton, 612 Lakeview Dr., Ahoskie 

27910; phone: 332-5352 

Scholarship Committee Director Mrs. Percy Bunch, 210 Holly Hill Rd. 

Murfreesboro 27855; phone: 398-4630 

BROTHERHOOD DIRECTOR 

Ray Kornegay, Rt.3 Box 406-H, Windsor 27983; phone: 794-3596 

MUSIC OFFICER 
Keith White, P.O.Box 147, Aulander 27805; phone: 345-0548 



DIRECTOR OF ASSOCIATIONAL WORK 
Henry Powell, P.O.Box 215, Ahoskie 27910 

Associational Office 116 N.Mitchell St., Ahoskie 27910; phone:332-3235 

Home 417 Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910; phone: 332-8109 

Lay Members of the Association's General Board 

Ahoskie, First Price Bowen, 908 N. Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashleys Grove Randolph Askew, Rt. 1, Conway 27820 

Askewville Willie A. White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Sr., Rt.l Box 83, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Dennison Wiggins, Rt. 1 Box 40, Cofield 27922 

Buckhorn Raleigh Askew, RFD., Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Dannie McClenny, Rt.l Box 39, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Nathan Copeland III, 707 S. King St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 92-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor R.W. Baker, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain John E. Thompson, Rt. 1 Box 460, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa CD. Francis, Rt. 2 Box 114, Aulander 27805 

Conway Ed Rawls, Box 433, Conway 27820 

Creeksville Earl Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 314, Conway 27820 

Edgewood Charles Phelps, Sr., Rt.3, Windsor 27983 

Elam Thad Harris, Box 32, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Starkey Jernigan, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Elliott Davis, Rt. 1 Box 59, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross John Pierce, Rt.2, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Richard Liverman, Rt.l Box 10, Harrellsville 27842 

Holly Grove Thomas E. Ruffin, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Hortons J.E. Phelps, Rt. 2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Roy F. Lowry, Box 502, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Marion Vick, Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Talmadge Barnes, Rich Square 27869 

Lawrence W.G. Sallenger, Rt. 2 Box 524, Windsor 27983 

Mars Hill Howard Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 102, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Merry Hill . . Tony Hughes, Box 98, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor CM. King, Rt. 1 Box 368-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Stanley Dixon, 21 1 S. Wynn St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Pleasant Grove Jerry Baker, Rt.l Box 47-A, Kelford 27847 

Powellsville Mrs. Jo Mace, Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Rich Square Mel McDowell, Bryantown Rd., Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Roger Cullipher, Rt.l, Merry Hill 27957 



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Roberts Chapel Rev. Randolph Phillips, Box 65, Pendleton 27862 

Sandy Run Joseph H. Walston, Box 129, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Southgate Britt, Rt. 1, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Marion Tyler, Box 603, Severn 27877 

St. Johns Julian Bio we, Rt.l, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. Roger Miller, Rt.2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Jr., Rt.2, Colerain 27924 

Woodland Miss Roberta Outland, Box 445, Woodland 27897 



Standing Committees 



COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Chairman: Charles M. Edwards P.O.Box 179, Winton 27986 

Keith White P.O.Box 147, Aulander 27805 

Lonnie Armstrong Rt.l Box 89, Pendleton 27876 

Lemar Wheeler P.O.Box 444, Woodland 27897 

Cecil Aldridge Rt. 1 Box 334, Colerain 27924 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS 

Chairman: Hubert Mizelle Rt.2 Box 330, Colerain 27924 

Mrs. Jack Mace P.O.Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Thomas Ruffin, Jr Rt.l Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Z.L. Davenport, Jr P.O.Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Joe McLean P.O.Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Mrs. Ed Westbury P.O.Box 502, Severn 27877 

Howard Corley Rt. 1 Box 39, Aulander 27805 

Janes E. Langford P.O.Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Miss Sallie Ann Barber Rt.2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

COMMITTEE ON TRUSTEES 

Chariman: Ray Dixon Rt.l Box 361-B, Murfreesboro 27855 

Russell Johnson, Jr P.O.Box 7, Conway 27820 

J. Lebron Morris P.O.Box 7, Roxobel 27872 

COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTION 

Chairman: Jack Byrd 101 Gray St., Windsor 27983 

Bobby Cross 104 Edgewood Dr.. Ahoskie 27910 

Gene Asbill . P.O.Box 8, Potecasi 27867 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION 

Chairman: Jack Lutz Rt.l Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Hugh Mizelle P.O.Box 37, Gumberry 27838 

Larry Bradley Rt. 1 Box 99, Conway 27820 

COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS 

Chairman:Mrs. Malcolm Copeland 915 W. Stokes St., Ahoskie 27910 

Miss Roberta Outland Main St., Woodland 27897 

Joe Polinski Rt.3 Box 61-1, Windsor 27983 

COMMITTEE ON HISTORY 



Charles Phelps, Jr 209 W. Gray St., Windsor 27983 

Mrs. Katherine Brett Winton 27986 

Elmer Joyner P.O.Box 589, Rich Square 27869 

Mrs. Kitty Jennings White Conway 27820 

Dwight Tinkham Rt.l Box 251, Murfreesboro 27855 

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1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 



COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP 



Mrs. Harold Scott Rt.2 Box 265, Conway 27820; 1984 

Teddy Tyler W. Jackson St., Rich Square 27869; 1985 

Charles Edwards P.O.Box 179, Winton 27986; 1986 

Cecil Harkey Rt.2 Boxl42-A, Colerain 27924; 1987 

Gerald Riggs 513 Meherrin St., Murfreesboro 27855; 1988 

COMMITTEE ON SEMINARY EXTENSION 

Don Christian Rt.2 Box 104, Ahoskie 27910; 1984 

Joe D. McLean P.O.Box 445, Jackson 27845; 1985 

Ken Bunch Rt.2 Box 246, Windsor 27983; 1986 

COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES 

Mrs. R. C. Mason P.O.Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Mrs. Bessie Mitchell 

Mrs. J. D. Liverman Conway 27820 

Mrs. Vera Futrell Rt.l Box 206, Conway 27820 



Messengers 



AHOSKIE 

Mrs. C.L. Williford 
Mrs. Otis Earley 
Mrs. Randy Britton 
Mrs. CD. Wiggins, Jr. 
Mrs. Troy Jernigan 
Miss Vivian Powell 
Mrs. C.S. Williford 
Bobby Cross 

ASHLEYS GROVE 
Rodney Askew 
Mrs. Rodney Askew 
Mrs. Vera Futrell 
Mrs. Retha Vann 

ASKEWVILLE 
Aubrey L. White 
Dorothy J. Jernigan 
Annie P. White 
Dancy G. White 
Finley Johnson 
William White 
Truett White 

AULANDER 

Mrs. Cleo Tinkham 

BETHANY 
Nadine Hewitt 
Bessie Freeman 
Mary Miller 
Allie Perry 



BETHEL 
Fenton Mayle 
Reba Mayle 

BETHLEHEM 

Mrs. W.B. Bazemore 
Mrs. Hilda Tinkham 
Dennison Wiggins 
George Perry 

BRANTLEYS GROVE 
Miss Viola Dilday 
Mrs. Mary B. Willoughby 
Mrs. Ezra Vann 
Mrs. Charlie Godwin 

BUCKHORN 

Mrs. Frank Stephenson 
Linwood Whitley 
Mrs. R.G. Whitley 
Miss Hanna Picot 

CAPEHARTS 
Mrs. Jack Lutz 

CASHIE 

Mrs. Jack Byrd 
Mrs. E.J. Harriss 
Mrs. Warren Cobb 
Mrs. Joe Cobb 
Mrs. Revah Rhodes 
Nathan Copeland, III 
Joe Heath 



CENTER GROVE 
A.S. Goodwin 
Mrs. A.S. Goodwin 
Mrs. Margaret Brinkley 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
W.H. Holloman 
Mrs. W.H. Hollman 
J.D. Blythe 

COLERAIN 

Linwood Mitchell 
Mrs. Linwood Mitchell 
Cecil Lowe 
Mrs. Cecil Loew 
John Thompson 

CONNARITSA 
Jo West 

Lula Chamblee 
Callie Hale 
Clyde Francis 

CONWAY 

Mrs. Henry Vick 
Haywood Davis 
Mrs. Jennings White, Sr. 
Mrs. Leroy Taylor 
Ed Rawls 

CREECH MEMORIAL 
Stanley Horton 
Mrs. Stanley Horton 



Mrs. Ida Daniels 
Mrs. Clennie Blowe 
Mrs. Velma Mitchell 

CREEKSVILLE 

Mrs. Grady Bridgers 
Mrs. Mary Davis 
Roy Pierce 

EARLYS 

Mrs. W.D. Morris 
Mrs. J.B. Early 
J.B. Early 

EDGEWOOD 
Lillian Rawls 
Audrey Leggett 

ELAM 

Wanda Mizelle 
Carlton Howell 
Margaret Kee 
Mattie Harris 

ELM GROVE 
Starkey Jernigan 
Mattie Jernigan 
Mary E. Jernigan 
Doris June Mizelle 
Joyce A. Mizelle 

GALATIA 

Mrs. Grancille Eure 
Mrs. Thomas Barrett 
Mrs. Pearl Taylor 
Mrs. Henry Britton 
Mrs. Hattie B. Rose 

GREEN'S CROSS 

Mrs. Mary Jane Asbell 
Mrs. Nova Leicester 
Mrs. Lucille Mizelle 
Raleigh Castelloe 
Mrs. Margaret Mizelle 
Richard Mizelle 

HARRELLSVILLE 
Richard Liverman 
T.W. Britt 
Mrs. Lou Mason 

Mrs. Lou Mason 

HEBRON 

Mrs. Minnie Jones 
Mrs. Wilma Early 

HOLLY GROVE 
Mrs. Mabel Jernigan 
Mrs. Capitola Todd 



HOLLY SPRINGS 
Annie Mathias 
Thomas Mathias 
Lewter Perry 
Lila Whitley 

HORTONS 
J.E.Phelps 

Mrs. Dennis Bazemore 
Mrs. Charlie Powell 

JACKSON 

Mrs. Joe D. McLean 
Mrs. H. A. Britton 
Roy Lowry 

KELFORD 

Mrs. Mary Vick 
Mrs. Mary Brown 
Mrs. Nelle Sawyer 

LASKER 

Mrs. Olive Askew 
Earl Askew 
Mrs. Janice Lassiter 
Paul Bridgers 
Glasten Martin 

LAWRENCE 
W.W. Daniels 
Mrs. Linda Harden 
Mrs. Jane Cobb 

LEWISTON, FIRST 
Robert E. Williford 

M ARG ARETTS VI L LE 
R.G. Piland 
Mrs. R.G. Piland 
Mrs. Floyd Hasty 

MARS HILL 

Margaret Davidson 
Lellie Van Brown 
Barbara Sue Davidson 
Annette Aldridge 

MEHERRIN 

Mrs. Myrtle Brown 
Mrs. Irene Parker 
Mrs. Vidie Frances 
Collin Parker 
Len Whitson 
Mrs. Ann Whitson 

MENOLA 

Mrs. Elizabeth Britton 
Mrs. Vernie Vinson 
Miss Elsie Cowan 
Miss Retha Cowan 



Mrs. Margaret L. Brown 
Miss Evelyn Jones 
Mrs. Mary Edwards 
Mrs. Wilma Snipes 

MERRY HILL 

Mrs. Josie B. White 

Mrs. Evelyn Willis 
MT. CARMEL 

Charlie Gay 

Janie Gay 

Aurthur Edwards 

Clara Edwards 
MT. TABOR 

Mrs. Clara Tinkham 

Mrs. T. Benthall 

Mrs. E. Dixon 
MURFREESBORO 

Hargus Taylor 

J. Guy Revelle, Jr. 

Mrs. Antoinette Hollomon 

Vint Tilson 

Mrs. Vint Tilson 

Bela Udvarnoki 

Mrs. Bela Udvarnoki 
OAK GROVE 

Douglas Miller 

Daris Dunlow 

Colie Rawls 
PLEASANT GROVE 

Betty H. Cor ley 

Jenny Baker 
POTECASI 

Roland Cocker 

Mrs. Roland Cocker 
POWELLSVILLE 

Mrs. Clara Canady 

Mrs. Bessie Hudson 

Mrs. Elsie Mizelle 
REPUBLICAN 

Mrs. Lydia White 

Mrs. Millie Stocks 

Mrs. Ruby Harmon 

Wilson Jernigan 
RICH SQUARE 

William Futrell 

Mrs. Elizabeth Boyce 

Ms. Jessie Helen Belch 

Mrs. Katrine Parker 

Mrs. Mildred Parker 
RIVERSIDE 

Roger Cullipher 



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Rhodes Pratt 

ROBERTS CHAPEL 
Johnnie Bryant 
Mrs. Irene Bryant 

ROSS 

Mrs. Sue Todd 
Mrs. Garry L. Mickey 
Elton Harrison 
Mrs. Elton Harrison 
Mrs. Fannye Neamond 

SANDY RUN 

Mrs. Vivvian Huthmacher 
J. Lebron Morris 
Mrs. Elizabeth Morris 

SEABOARD 

Woodrow Edwards 
Mrs. Mary Edwards 
Mrs. Hazel Johnson 



SEVERN 

Mrs. Viola Edwards 
Mrs. K.E. Stokes 
Barham Fleetwood 
Mrs. Jo Westbury 

SILOAM 

Mrs. Lee Holder 
Mrs. Josephine Legge 
Miss Beverly Dunlow 
Mrs. Ruth Speller 

ST. JOHN'S 
Bessie Burkett 
Clara Shores 
Ruth Joyner 

UNION 

Gloria Thompson 
Ruth Miller 
Helen Draper 



WAKELON 

Mrs. Anges Belch 
Mrs. Edner Matthews 
Mrs. Elsie Williams 
Paul Williams 

WINTON 
Allston Askew 
tt Mrs. Allston Askew 
Gloria J. Thum 
Mrs. Howard Doughtie 

WOODLAND 

Miss Roberta Outland 
Mrs. Ruby Holloman 
Mrs. Kathryn Lee 
Sam Lassiter 

Mr. 8c Mrs. H.C. Vaughan 
Mr. & Mrs. J.M. Lee 
Mrs. Nancy Timberlake 
Leslie White 



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Constitution 



NAME 

Article 1 . This body shall be known as the West Chowan Baptist Association of 
North Carolina. 

MEMBERSHIP 

Article 2. It shall be composed of messengers elected by the churches connected 
with this body and all ordained ministers who are pastors of said churches, together 
with the officers of this Association, and chairmen of all standing committees. Each 
church of 100 members and under shall be entitled to two messengers, and for each 
additional 100 members, an additional messenger, provided that no church shall 
have more than 10 messengers. 

PURPOSE 

Article 3. The purpose of this Association shall be to inspire, encourage, and enlist 
its membership in a spirit of brotherly love and cooperation, for the promotion of the 
entire program of our denomination; to the end that the gospel of our Lord and 
Saviour Jesus Christ might be proclaimed with greater power and effectiveness in our 
Association, our State and Nation, and unto the uttermost part of the world. 

POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

Article 4. The Association shall have no power to infringe upon the sovereignty or 
rights of the churches. It is neither an ecclesiastical nor legislative council, nor a 
court of appeal. It may advise the churches and recommend measures of usefulness 
for their adoption, but cannot bind them in any way. There shall be full recognition 
of the autonomy of the local church and there shall be full recognition of the autono- 
my of the Association. However, in view of the combined wisdom, piety and intelli- 
gence of the Association, it justly claims the very highest consideration and regard for 
itself, its objects and its recommendations. 

Article 5. Any Baptist church in good standing approving the design, objects and 
principles of this Association, and holding the same doctrines and ordinances, may be 
admitted into fellowship upon two-thirds vote of the messengers. All applications 
shall be referred to the Membership Committee for study. Church desiring member- 
ship should give notice by making application one year in advance. 

Article 6. The Association may dissolve its relation with any church that con- 
sistently refuses to support the design, objects and principles of the West Chowan 
Baptist Association. Any irregularities which are reported shall be referred to the 
Membership Committee who will report their findings to the next Associational 
meeting. The relationship may be dissolved by a two-thirds vote of the messengers one 
year after irregularities have been brought to the attention of the Association. 

RIGHTS AND DUTIES 

Article 7. Every church shall be requested to contribute a percentage of its gifts, or 
so much per resident member for defraying the expenses of the Association and for 
direction of the promotional education and missionary work of the Association. This 
percentage or amount shall be sent to the Associational Treasurer monthly by each 
church treasurer. 

Article 8. Every church will send to every annual session of the Association a letter 
on the form adopted by the Association with such additional information as it may 
deem fitting. 



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Article 9. Any church wishing to dissolve its relationship with the Association in 
order to transfer to another association may do so with a majority vote at any regular 
Associational meeting. 

ORGANIZATION 

Article 10. The Officers of this Association shall be a Moderator, a Vice Modera- 
tor, a Clerk, a Treasurer, a Parliamentarian, a Director of Sunday School, a Direc- 
tor of Church Training Program, a Director of Brotherhood, a Director of Woman 's 
Missionary Union, and a Director of Music. They shall be elected at each annual 
session of the first day. The term of all officers shall commence at the conclusion of 
the annual session at which they are elected and continue until their successors are 
elected at the next session of the Association. The Moderator and Vice Moderator 
may not be elected for more than two consecutive years. All nominations may be 
made by the Committee on Nominations. 

DUTIES 

Article 1 1 . It shall be the duty of the Moderator to open meetings punctually at the 
appointed time; to enforce the rules ; to enforce order and to exercise all prerogatives 
of a presiding officer according to Robert's Rules of Order . 

Article 12. It shall be the duty of the Vice Moderator to perform the duties of the 
Moderator in his absence. 

Article 13. It shall be the duty of the Clerk to attend and keep a full record of the 
meetings of the Association and to compile, edit and distribute to the churches the 
minutes and data from the church letters in an annual report. He may appoint an 
assistant when necessary. He shall be paid such honorarium and expenses as the Asso- 
ciation directs. 

Article 14. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive, safeguard and distribute 
all funds of the Association. Disbursements of funds shall be in accordance with the 
budget adopted by the Association. Non-budget items shall be approved by the Fi- 
nance Committee of the General Board. He shall make quarterly reports to the 
General Board and annual reports to the Association. He may be paid honorariums 
and expenses as the Association may direct. The Treasurer's records shall be audited 
annually and he shall be under bond. 

Article 15. The Parliamentarian shall assist the presiding officer in conducting the 
business of the Association according to Robert's Rules of Order . 

Article 16. The Director of Sunday School shall promote and supervise the Sunday 
School Program in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 17. The Superintendent of Sunday School shall promote and supervise the 
Sunday School Program in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 18. The Director of Church Training Program shall promote and super- 
vise the Church Training Program in the Association in cooperation with the Gen- 
eral Board. 

Article 19. The Director of Brotherhood shall promote and supervise the program 
of Baptist Men in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 20. The Director of Woman's Missionary Union shall direct and supervise 
the program for the women and girls in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 21. The Director of Music shall promote and supervise the program of 
music in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

THE GENERAL BOARD 

Article 22. The General Board of the Association shall be composed of the follow- 
ing: Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Director of 



Woman's Missionary Union, Director of Associational Work, Director of Sunday 
School, Director of Church Training Program, Director of Brotherhood, Director of 
Music, Moderator of the Bertie Union, the pastor of each church of the Association, 
provided that the pastor is a member of the church he represents, and one lay mem- 
ber elected from each church. 

The officers of the Association shall divide the General Board into the following 
committees: Education and Promotion, Missions, Evangelism, Stewardship and Fi- 
nance, Survey and Study, and Christian Life and Public Affairs. 

It shall be the duty of the General Board to transact whatever business may require 
attention of the Association between sessions, which action shall be binding upon the 
Association. The General Board of the Association shall function with those duly 
elected members present and voting. No percentage quorum is required for these 
meetings. The General Board should meet quarterly, and submit a full report of its 
work to the Association at each annual session, together with recommendations for 
the promotion and extension of the work, including the annual Associational 
budget. 

The Executive Committee of the General Board will be composed of the officers of 
the Association and one representative elected by the General Board from each coun- 
ty in the Association. This committee will work in close harmony with the Director of 
Associational Work in plans and programs. The Executive Committee of the General 
Board shall function with those duly elected officers present and voting at any an- 
nounced meeting. No percentage quorum is required for these meetings. 

In the event that any office, constituted by any article herein, becomes vacant 
during the Associational year, said office may be filled for the interim by appoint- 
ment of the Executive Committee. 

Article 23. The Director of Associational Work, whom the Association may em- 
ploy, shall be under the direction of the Executive Committee of the General Board. 
He shall promote and coordinate the work of the Association through its organiza- 
tions and programs; and shall carry out the the missionary and extension plans of the 
Executive Committee. He shall be an ex officio member of all committees in an ad- 
visory and promotional capacity. 

AMENDMENTS 

Article 24. This constitution may be altered at any annual session of the body by a 
two-thirds vote of the messengers present and voting. However, a 60-day notice of the 
proposed change shall be sent to the chairman of the Executive Committee of the 
General Board, and such proposed amendment shall be read on two consecutive days 
before action on the same. 

COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

Article 25. The committees of the Association shall be divided into three categories: 
Section A. Committees to be appointed by the Moderator in advance of the annual 
meeting. 

1. A Committee on Enrollment consisting of six. This committee shall recognize 
and register all messengers and others attending the Association and report to the 
Association when called upon. 

2. A Committee on Committees consisting of two members from each of the coun- 
ties comprising the Association. This committee shall nominate for election by the 
Association all standing committees and such other committees as may be assigned to 
it. This committee should make its primary report during the first session. This com- 
mittee shall designate the chairman of each committee. 



3, The Executive Committee of the General Board shall guide in an audit of the 
Treasurer's records and report to the Association. 

Section B. Committees to report at the same annual meeting at which they were 
elected. 

1. A Committee on Place and Preacher consisting of three, the duty of which shall 
be to recommend to the Association where the next session shall meet and the 
preacher to deliver the annual sermon and his alternate. 

2. A Committee on Resolutions consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to 
draw up and present to the Association suitable resolutions of appreciation and ex- 
pressions of sentiments on any matter chosen by the committee or referred to the com- 
mittee by the Moderator of the Association. 

Section C. Committees which will serve throughout the year and which shall re- 
port at the next annual session of the Association. 

1. A Committee on the Order of Business consisting of five. The Vice Moderator 
shall be the chairman of this committee. It shall be the duty of this committee to pre- 
sent a printed report suggesting the order of business. This report should be acted 
upon as soon as feasible after the opening of the Association. When adopted, its re- 
port shall become the order of the Association and cannot be changed except by ma- 
jority vote of the body. 

2. A Committee on Nominations consisting of three members from each of the 
counties composing the Association. This committee shall nominate representatives of 
the various institutions, members of the General Board, the officers of the Associa- 
tion, and other officers that may be necessary to execute the program of the Associa- 
tion. Nominations by this committee shall not preclude nominations from the floor. 
No officer of the Association shall hold more than one office at a time. The Nominat- 
ing Committee should constantly seek the counsel of existing Associational officers 
when preparing their report. No name shall be submitted to the Association for elec- 
tion until that individual has agreed to serve if elected. 

3. A Trustees Committee consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to hold in 
trust any property, endowment, or other securities of the Association. 

4. A Committee on Ordination consisting of three. It shall be the duty of this com- 
mittee to make itself available to any church who has a candidate for the Gospel 
Ministry. 

5. A Committee on History consisting of five members, one member elected each 
year for five years. This committee shall be responsible for compiling and main- 
taining a history of the Association. 

6. A Committee on Memorials consisting of three members elected each year, one 
from each county. This committee shall be responsible for suitably memorializing 
deceased members of the churches of the Association and other events as may be 
necessary. 

7. A Committee on Membership consisting of five members, one member elected 
each year for five years. It shall be the duty of this committee to consult with 
churches in areas of Church-Association relationships and report the desire of the 
church as regards status in becoming member churches or in desire to withdraw fel- 
lowship. A committee from the church and this committee of the Association on 
membership shall work in all matters for harmony and good will among the 
churches. This committee functions at the request of the Executive Committee of the 
General Board and/or the Association when meeting in annual session. 

8. A Committee on the Constitutions consisting of three members shall be elected 
each year. This committee shall keep the constitution up to date and recommend re- 
visions in accordance with the provisions of the constitution. 



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9. A Committee on Libraries consisting of four members elected each year. This 
committee shall be responsible for the development of the Associational library or- 
ganization and will assist the churches in their library work when requested. 

10. A Committee on Seminary Extension consiting of three members, one member 
elected each year for three years. This committee shall plan the courses of study and 
make all arrangements for a balanced program of study. 

Article 26. Any regulation prior to this constitution which conflicts herewith is 
hereby repealed. 



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Proceedings 



100th Anniversary session 



Tuesday, October 18, 1983 
WOODLAND BAPTIST CHURCH 



1. Prior to the opening session Mrs. James Clark, organist, played several hymns. 
Mrs. Clark opened the meeting by playing a hymn on the pump organ which was 
placed in the Woodland Church in 1902 when the church was organized. 

2. The moderator, Lemar Wheeler, called the meeting to order. 

3. The congregation sang the hymn "O Zion Haste" led by Keith White and ac- 
companied at the organ by Mrs. Clark. 

4. Leslie White, chairman of deacons Woodland Baptist Church, read Psalm 100 
and led in prayer. 

5. Mr. White welcomed the messengers and visitors to the 100th anniversary 
session meeting at Woodland Baptist Church. 

6. Mark Morris, pastor Creech Memorial Baptist Church, responded to the 
welcome. 

7. Dr. Cecil Ray, General Secretary /Treasurer North Carolina Baptist State 
Convention, brought one of the afternoon messages. 

8. The moderator appointed the following committees: Time and Place Commit- 
tee chairman, James E. Langford, Jack Byrd, and William Futrell; Resolution 
Committee chairman, Mark Morris, Mrs. Joe McLean, and Mrs. Jack Mace. 

9. The committee on enrollment reported 252 people registered. 

10. The Program Committee made a motion that the written program be accepted 
as the order of business. Motion carried. 

11. The moderator recognized the following visitors attending the session: Dr. 
Cecil Ray, Dr. Jerry Wallace, and Mrs. Dianne Ledbetter. 

12. The Director of Missions, Henry Powell, introduced new pastors in the 
association. They are Gene Asbill, Potecasi; Richard Cooke, Mt. Tabor; Gordon 
West, Connaritsa/Hortons; and Ken Bunch, Green's Cross. 

13. Garry Mickey, chairman of the Nominating Committee brought the committe 
report. Report accepted. 

Nominating Committee Report 

The Nominating Committee makes the following recommendation with its list of 
nominees for the coming year 

Recommendation: That all committee persons be contacted before they are placed 
on committees within the West Chowan Baptist Association. 
Our nominees are: 

Moderator Mr. William Lawrence 

Vice -Moderator Mr. Charles Edwards 

Clerk Mrs. Mary Powell 

Treasurer Mr. Malcolm Bracy 

Sunday School Rev. James Hester 

Church Training Rev. Richard Cooke 

Brotherhood Mr. Ray Kornegay 

R.A. Leader Rev. Garry Mickey 

Music Director Rev. Keith White 

14. The congregation sang the hymn "Higher Ground". 

15. The history of Woodland Baptist Church was read by Miss Hazel Griffin. 



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WOODLAND BAPTIST CHURCH 




Woodland Baptist Church 



Woodland Baptist Church was organized June 17, 1902, with 65 charter members, 
only one of whom is living today, Mrs. Jessie Blanchard Murrill. The Rev. Edward 
John Harrell, pastor of Pleasant Grove and Hebron churches headed the 
organization and became the first Woodland pastor. Members were drawn from 
those two churches and from Potecasi church. After two years of meeting in the 
Woodland School building, the first church building of board, painted white, with a 
tall steeple and Gothic windows, was dedicated October 2, 1904. 

In 1949 the orginial church was replaced by a brick structure, containing only a 
sanctuary, at a cost of $53,189.00. It was outfitted entirely by individual gifts. In 
1952 additional two-story space was added at a cost of $22,000.00. In 1956 a two-story 
brick parsonage was constructed when the church had its first full-time pastor. A 
two-story brick educational building was added to the church plant at a cost of ap- 
proximately $60,000.00 and was dedicated at a homecoming service June 24, 1973. A 
burden of debt existed until June 28, 1981 when a note burning ceremony was held. 
In 1981 its church property was valued at $249,500.00. 

However its membership has not grown proportionally. Its membership at present 
is 350 (about the same as it was in 1976), with 149 non-resident members. Average at- 
tendance at Sunday School today is approximately 80 to 85 and at worship service, 
100-125. One member aptly said, "We have facilities and a program as modern as a 
space ship, but if we don't use it, it's as useless as a space ship without fuel". 

Among its facilities are a 1000- volume library and a fellowship hall used exten- 
sively for programs such as covered dish suppers, Senior Citizen and youth activities, 
wedding receptions. The church history and minutes have been microfilmed and a 
history room set up. 

During its 81 years of existence, the church has had only one native son, James 
Whitley, to become a minister. It has had three women to serve as associational 
W.M.U. presidents: Mrs. Cattie Grant Griffin, Mrs. Julian Griffin, and Mrs. C.G. 
Parker, Sr. One member, Dr. W.R. Parker, Sr., has served as moderator of the 
association. It has been served by 21 ministers and 6 interim pastors. Its present 
pastor, the Rev. Lemar Wheeler, has served since 1973 

16. Mrs. Dianne Ledbetter, a native of Woodland and representing Gardner Webb 
College, gave a report on Christian Higher Education. 

17. The congregation sang the hymn "More Love to Thee, O Christ". 

18. Gene Asbill, pastor Potecasi Baptist Church, read Luke 15:1-24 and led in 
prayer. 

19. Special music was presented by Mrs. Jack Mace accompanied at the piano by 
Mrs. Arba Godwin. 

20. The annual sermon was brought by Dr. Jerry Wallace, professor of religion, 
Campbell University. 

21. J. H. Liverman gave the benediction and thanks for the evening meal. 

EVENING SESSION 
100th Anniversary Celebration 
HELMS CENTER, CHOWAN COLLEGE 

22. A pre-session musical concert was presented by the Chowan College Community 
Ensemble directed by Dr. Robert Brown. 

23. The moderator called the session to order. 

24. The congregation sang the hymn "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms" led by 
Dr. James Chamblee accompanied by the ensemble. 

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25. Mark Morris read Isaiah 40:26-30 and led in prayer. 

26. The welcomed was given by Dr. Bruce Whitaker, president Chowan College. 

27. A brief history of the association "These First 100 Years" was given by Elmer 
Joyner, pastor Rich Square Baptist Church and member of the History Committee. 

28. A piano/trumpet duet was presented by Mrs. Clark at the piano and Pete Rod- 
da playing the trumpet. 

29. The Director of Missions recognized the person who had attended the earliest 
association meeting. Mr. William Futrell, Rich Square, was recognized as attending 
the 1928 association meeting. Mr. Futrell has also attended the most association 
meetings. He has attended 37 associational meetings. 

30. Bold Mission certificates were presented to 49 churches reaching one or more 
of the Bold Mission goals. 

31. The congregation sang the hymn "When We Walk with the Lord". 

32. Jack Lutz, pastor Capeharts Baptist Church, read Acts 10:1-16, 34 and led in 
prayer. 

33. Special music was presented by a combined choir from the Murfreesboro area 
churches directed by Dr. Chamblee. 

34. The evening message was brought by Dr. Forrest C. Feezor, Shelby, North 
Carolina. 

35. The benediction was given by Larry McLure, area missionary for northeast 
North Carolina 

Wednesday, October 19, 1983 
CASHIE BAPTIST CHURCH 

36. Pre-session music was presented by Mrs. Robert Spivey at the organ. 

37. The moderator called the meeting to order at 9:30 a.m. 

38. The congregation sang the hymn "He Leadeth Me" led by Keith White and ac- 
companied at the organ by Mrs. Spivey. 

39. Jack Byrd, pastor Cashie Baptist Church, read I Corinthians 12:31-13:13 and 
led in prayer. 

40. Mr. Byrd welcomed the messengers and visitors to Chashie Church and the 
100th Anniversary Meeting of West Chowan Baptist Association. 

41. Dr. W.D. Morris, pastor Earlys Church, responded to the welcome. 

42. James Hester, pastor Conway Baptist Church and incoming Sunday School 
Director, called attention to High Attendance Sunday in Sunday School October 30 
and the Sunday School group schools January 30-31, 1984. 

43. The Church Training report was given by Steve Thompson. 

Church Training Report 

Our Lord Jesus calls upon us to witness, win, and disciple our world to Christ 
(Mark 1:17; Matthew 28:19-20). Chruch Training provides unparalleled oppor- 
tunities to grow and go toward accomplishing this great commission. Evangelism 
produces a need for discipleship and discipleship stirs a desire for evangelism. Chur- 
ch Training brings these two great imperatives together so that God's people may be 
adequately equipped for the work of ministry and service (Ephesians 4:11-12; II 
Timothy 3:17). 

West Chowan Associational Church Training activities for last year began in late 
January. Our Church Training team and I participated in a statewide age-level and 
administrative conference at Caraway Conference Center. 



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In March two associational church training events took place. The first was a 
Church Training Starter Conference held at Union Baptist Church. This conferen- 
ce was designed to help church leaders in churches reporting no Church Training to 
plan and implement effective Church Training programs in their Churches. Also in 
March the Campbell College Puppet Team led our Associational Youth Night ac- 
tivities held at Creech Memorial Baptist Church. Refreshments were served after the 
presentation. 

I attended the statewide Key Leaders' Conference at Ridgecrest in May with our 
Associational Key Leaders. In addition our Associational Youth and Childrens' 
Bible Drills were held at Galatia Baptist Church. 

In August I represented our Church Training Team at our Associatinal Key 
Leaders' Conference and in September attended the "Project 400" conference held at 
Caraway Conference Center. 

Throughout the year our Associational Church Training Team stood ready to 
assist churches with their Church Training programs. My personal goal was to en- 
courage pastors to initiate and/or increase their church training activities. Every 
church leader is challenged to prayerfully consider committing their church to 
evangelism and discipleship through Church Training. This year let us strive to 
begin ten(10) new individual, short term, or ongoing Church Training programs in 
our West Chowan Baptist Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Steve Thompson, CT Director 

44. Mrs. Billy Harris gave the Woman's Missionary Union report. 



W.M.U. Report 

The year 1982-83, an unusual year, but a great one for WMU in West Chowan! 

The highlight of our year was the Mission Fair held in the Ahoskie Armory. Most 
of the 60 churches participated in the preparation of the Fair. There were booths 
showing Foreign, State, and Associational Missions, Cooperative Program, Mission 
Action and the Brotherhood had a display on Home Missions. It was a real teaching 
experience for the 650 who attended. 

In February, West Chowan WMU was chosen at the Mental Health Banquet as the 
organization to be honored for its work with Wiccacon House and Hospice. 

About 65 of our ladies attended the W.M.U. Annual session at Ridgecrest in Mar- 
ch. 

Our associational meeting was held at Meherrin wiht Miss Alms Hunt as the guest 
speaker. 

We were glad to help get a jail ministry started in Jackson this year. 

Several Associational Council Members attended a six hour study of the "Under- 
standing Series" books in Rocky Mount in February. 

In May, I went to Ridgecrest with other leaders from the association to the Key 
Leadership Conference, to get an overview of W.M.U. work for 1983-84. We par- 
ticipated in a followup of this meeting in Ahoskie called "Getting It All Together." 

Our Mission Action Director, working with Brotherhood did a good job in getting 
almost 600 Christmas gift packages to Odom Prison. They also held a Mission Action 
Workshop at Bethany. 

Baptist Women held a Prayer Retreat at Murfreesboro Church in May. It was 
well attended. 



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Nancy Kling of Wilmington was the inspirational speaker at the Y.B.W. Banquet 
at Ahoskie First. 

The B.Y.W.'s were pleased with their Witnessing Workshop held at Creech 
Memorial. Their banquet was held in April. 

Acteens were particularly busy. They had a handbook Study in October. Foreign 
Mission Study in November, Leader Manual Study at Mt. Tabor, Banquet and over- 
night Home Mission study at Meherrin and a recognition service for Acteens at 
Galatia. Their big event for the year was the International Student Tea at Chowan. 
Each foreign student received a nice Christmas gift package from the Acteens. 

G.A.s and Leaders were also active. "Catch the G.A. Spirit for Missions" was held 
at Meherrin. The Missions Adventures Banquet in April was well attended. There 
was a Day Camp at Chowan for grades 1 through 3, and a Mini Camp for grades 4 
through 6 also at Chowan. Camp is always a spiritual growing time for G.A. leaders 
too, I might add. 

There was a large group of Mission Friends leaders at the Murf reesboro Church in 
January for training. 

The Foreign and Home Mission Books were taught many times across the 
association, giving us insight into mission needs. 

Pray with us that missions, through the efforts of W.M.U. and Brotherhood, will 
come alive for churches across West Chowan in 1983-84 ! 

In Christ's Name, 
Mrs. Billy Harris, 
Associational W.M.U. Director 

45. The Brotherhood report was presented as written in the book of reports. 



Brotherhood Report 

The Associational Brotherhood is striving to grow and to be more active. A coun- 
cil comprised of representatives from each county in the association has recently been 
formed. The council consists of Ray Kornegay, Brotherhood Director, Rev. Garry 
Mickey, R.A. Director, J.E. Skinner, Woody Copeland, Rev. Hugh Mizelle, Tony 
Vick, and Clinton Evans. This council will meet periodically to plan and carry out 
Brotherhood functions on the associational level. 

The R.A. track meet was held last spring at Ahoskie High School with ap- 
proximately 80 boys from five churches participating. The winners in each event 
went on to the state track meet. 

Baptist Men's units from three churches in the association set up and operated 
booths at the Missions Fair held in Ahoskie in April. The Brotherhood had been 
asked by the W.M.U. to be in charge of Home Missions. 

Again this past year, the Brotherhood cooperated with the W.M.U. in the Odum 
prison project at Christmas. Men from the Ross Church in Bertie County delivered 
the bags to Odum and participated in distributing them to the prisoners. This was a 
very exciting and moving experience for all the men involved. Through con- 
sultation with the Mission Action Director, it has been decided that the task of 
delivering the bags to Odum will be rotated among the counties. This year, the men 
from Union Church in Hertford County will be responsible, and in 1984, a Baptist 
Men's unit from Northampton County will be in charge. 

A regional leadership training workshop was held in Edenton in September. Our 
association had representatives from three churches in attendance. There is a great 

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need for more interest and participation on the part of other churches. 

There are still many churches in the association which do not have either an active 
Baptist Men's group or a R.A. chapter. I challenge all churches to get men and boys 
involved in missions. Rev. Garry Mickey, R.A. Director, and I as Brotherhood 
Director, stand ready to help. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ray Kornegay, 
Associational Brotherhood Director 

46. Keith White gave a report on music. 

47. Congregation sang the hymn "My Jesus, I Love Thee" led by Keith White and 
accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Spivey and at the piano by Mrs. Revah Rhodes. 

48. Larry High, associate editor Biblical Recorder, gave a report on the work of 
the Biblical Recorder. 

49. Henry Powell presented his report on work of the association. 



Associational Director's Report 

When the final chapter is written, 1982-83 will go down in the record as one of, if 
not THE, greatest in the history of the association. Several outstanding things merit 
special mention: 

1. Completion of the West Virginia project. The final report will be made at the 
end of October and will show that we contributed approximately $36,000.00 to this 
project. The pastor's home at Chester, West Virginia was completed, paid for, and 
dedicated on Sunday, September 18, 1983. Rev. Lemar Wheeler, pastor of the 
Woodland Baptist Church and moderator of the association, preached the dedicatory 
sermon. 

This West Virginia project will always be special. It was a miracle from the begin- 
ning. All who went to Chester to share in the work are enthusiastic in their support 
of what we did. This project stands out in my own mind as the highlight of my ex- 
perience in associational work to date. 

2. Plans and preparation for this 100th annual session celebrating the 100th an- 
niversary of the organization of the association in 1883. 

3. Publishing of the Associational/Church History as a part of this 100th Anniver- 
sary year. 

This has been our best year financially. Total income for the year from all sources 
will exceed $53,000.00. 

As indicated in the various reports, organizations, committees, and officers have 
been busy about the work of the association. 

The year 1982 completed the first five-year phase of Bold Mission Thrust. Our 
Baptist State Convention had suggested several tangible goals in the areas of chur- 
ch/mission support, outreach, etc. In recognition of the accomplishments of those 
churches that reached any of these goals, the Convention awarded Certificates of 
Merit. Thirty-nine of our churches reached one or more of these goals. 

1. Doubling gifts to the association from 1977 to 1982. Thirty-nine of our churches 
reached this goal. They are: Ashley's Grove, Askewville, Aulander, Bethany, Bran- 
tley's Grove, Buckhorn, Capeharts, Cashie, Center Grove, Christian Harbor, Con- 
way, Creech Memorial, Creeksville, Earlys, Edgewood, Elam, Elm Grove, Galatia, 
Green's Cross, Holly Springs, Jackson, Kelford, Margarettsville, Mars Hill, 



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Meherrin, Mount Tabor, Murfreesboro, Pleasant Grove, Powellsville, Republican, 
Rich Square, Ross, Seaboard, Siloam, Union, Winton, Woodland. 

2. Doubling gifts to missions through the Cooperative Program. Eighteen chur- 
ches received certificates in this category: Askewville, Aulander, Brantley's Grove, 
Buckhorn, Creech Memorial, Creeksville, Earlys, Edgewood, Elm Grove, Galatia, 
Greens Cross, Harrellsville, Holly Grove, Jackson, Lawrence, St. Johns, Seaboard, 
Winton. 

3. Doubling Church Receipts. Twelve churches included in this category: 
Bethany, Capeharts, Creech Memorial, Creeksville, Edgewood, Hebron, Holly 
Grove, Lawrence, Mount Tabor, Oak Grove, Union, Winton. 

4. Twenty-five churches reported the number of baptisms in 1982 was twice that of 
1977 or more: Aulander, Buckhorn, Cashie, Christian Harbor, Connaritsa, 
Creeksville, Edgewood, Elam, Elm Grove, Greens Cross, Holly Springs, Hortons, 
Jackson, Kelford, Lasker, Menola, Oak Grove, Republican, Riverside, Ross, St. 
Johns, Seaboard, Severn, Union, and Winton. 

It has been a good year. We are grateful. To God be the glory. To all who shared 
in any and every way in making 1982-83 the year that it was, our sincerest 
"THANKS". 

Respectfully submitted, 
Henry Powell 
Director of Associational Work 

50. The history of Cashie Baptist Church was presented by Robert Spivey 




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Cashie Baptist Church 



In the year 1770, the Elder Jeremiah Dargan and his wife, Anne Moore, with 
small beginnings and great faith, organized Cashie Baptist Church. Elder Dargan 
was a devout Christian, a zealous minister of the Gospel. He found the people of the 
Windsor area ready to hear his preaching. At first, services were held in private 
homes, frequently at the home of a Mr. Sowell, or Sewell, and soon the number of 
members increased. Elder Dargarn was greatly persecuted by a few, as were Baptist 
in other places at the time, and some attempted to silence his preaching and hinder 
his work. 

The local opposition did however, prevent for a time, the erection of a Baptist 
church house in the town of Windsor itself, so Elder Dargan soon bought an acre of 
land about a mile east of Windsor, near Sandy Point, on which he erected a com- 
modious house of worship about 42 feet square. Here the people came to worship, 
and Burkitt says in his account, that "many souls were awakened; got converted and 
joined the church." It was called Cashie, taken from the name of the river that flows 
by Windsor. 

Elder Dargan continued as pastor of Cashie Church until his death on December 
25, 1786. He had labored in this foundation work for 16 years. After his death the 
church was without a regular pastor until July 6, 1794, when Brother Aaron Spivey 
was ordained to the ministry and according to the old records was "on that day owned 
as our pastor." The minutes of the conferences of this church since 1791 have been 
well kept, and the roll of members contains every rank of citizen and every business 
and profession of this historic county. A great many strong and influential men and 
women of Bertie County have been members of Cashie. For more than a half cen- 
tury, in this church master and slave worshipped their God together. 

For convenience the church was moved to its present location in Windsor in the 
year 1853. However, services were held occasionally out at the old church building 
for several years, in deference to the sentiments of the other members of the church. 
The house of worship in Windsor was not completed fully until 1854. The building 
then erected served the congregation until 1910, when it was removed and the present 
brick structure was erected. 

In 1950, during the ministry of the Rev. W. I. Johnson, a new Sunday School an- 
nex was added. In 1954, the present parsonage was built while the Rev. Charles 
Wesley Duling was pastor. The new parsonage replaced the old structure which had 
served the pastors of the church since 1906. In 1961-62, during the pastorate of the 
Rev. E. Len Weston, a two-story brick educational building was completed and 
dedicated. This building has adequately served the congregation to the present time. 

In 1970, while the Rev. Tom J. Jones was pastor, the church completely renovated 
the sanctuary and observed its bicentennial celebration with a week of special ser- 
vices. In 1972 the present pastor, the Rev. Jack W. Byrd began his tenure of service 
at Cashie. During his ministry the Moller pipe organ in the snactuary has been com- 
pletely rebuilt; a sound system installed and the pews added. An outstanding Baptist 
Men's Choir has been organized that ministers not only to the membership of Cashie, 
but to the surrounding churches as well. "Homecoming," observed the third Sunday 
in October, has become an annual event with a former pastor returning to preach. 
The church now partially supports through the Foreign Mission Board the Rev. 
Dennis M. Herman family, missionary to Barranquilla, Columbia. The church also 
gives several scholarships each year to deserving student members who qualify. 

Cashie Baptist Church has sent forth many strong and influential members to ser- 
ve well in many places and channels of service in our state and beyond. Among these 
have been ministers of the Gospel, including Abram M. Poindexter, and his half 
brother, William Hill Jordan, and in later years, Lowell Spivey, his great nephew, 



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Oliver Winstead Hale, Jr., and Harold M. White, all true and faithful servants of 
our Lord. The church has been blessed with strong and consercrated pastors to 
preach and ministers to its people over its long years of history 

51. The report of the General Board was given by the clerk, Mrs. Henry Powell. 



General Board Report 

The General Board of the West Chowan Baptist Association met four times dur- 
ing the year. Rev. Lemar Wheeler, Moderator, presided over three of the meetings; 
Rev. Lonnie Armstrong, chairman of the Missions Committee, presided during the 
September meeting in the absence of the Moderator. 

During each meeting officers, committees, organization directors had opportunity 
to give reports and make announcements. 

In the December meeting the Board approved the recommendation of the 
place/preacher committee for speakers for the 100th anniversary celebration in 1983. 
The committee recommended: Tuesday afternoon: Dr. Jerry Wallace, Campbell 
University; Tuesday night: Dr. William Tanner, SBC Home Mission Board 
President or Dr. Forrest C. Feezor; and Wednesday morning; Rev. Harold White, 
Windsor native who grew up in the Cashie Church. 

At the March meeting Dr. Ernest Upchurch, retired Director of the State Conven- 
tion's Department of New Work, presented a survey of the Association showing 
possible sites for new work. 

At each of the meetings much attention was given to the West Virginia project. 

In the March meeting the Project Committee reported that about $5,000.00 was 
needed to complete the house. The board authorized the Committee to contact all 
churches for a final special offering to complete the goal. 

In the June meeting, this need had been reduced to $2,500.00. The Committee was 
instructed to contact the churches to remind them of the March request and urging 
all churches that had not shared in the project to do so. The Associational Treasurer 
was authorized to send this final $2,500.00 provided there was a balance of $2,000.00 
in the Associational Treasury at the end of the month. (This $2,500.00 was paid out 
in August, thus completing the building which was dedicated on September 18, 
1983). 

In the March meeting the Mobile Chapel building was leased to the CF industries 
for 9 months to be used as an office during the final phase out of their operation at 
Tunis. The $150 per month received was to be put in a future development fund on 
savings. 

In the June meeting the Board voted for the Tuesday night session of the 
Association on October 18, 1983 to be held in the Helms Center on the campus of 
Chowan College. This will be an anniversary, centennial celebration. A history of 
the Association and the churches is to be prepared by the History Committee and 
published as a part of the Centennial. 

As new pastors came into the association and were present at the meetings, they 
were introduced. New pastors were: Richard Cooke, Mt. Tabor; Gene Asbill, 
Potecasi; Ken Bunch, Green's Cross. The Board sent a letter of appreciation to the 
Colony Baptist Church, New Bern for Rev. Bennie Pledger and his 20 years of ser- 
vice in our area. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Henry Powell, Clerk 



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52. In the absence of the treasurer , the Director of Missions gave the treasurer's 
report as printed in the book of reports. 



Associational Treasurer's Report 
October 1, 1982 - October 1, 1983 



Balance on hand October 1,1982 $2,000.00 



Received: 

I. From churches for budget: 

Ahoskie, First $2,750.03 

Ashley's Grove 1,074.79 

Askewville 1,500.00 

Aulander 660.00 

Bethany 794.75 

Bethel 360.00 

Bethlehem 60.00 

Brantley's Grove 250.00 

Buckhorn 600.00 

Capeharts 1,004.57 

Cashie 3,149.94 

Center Grove 500.04 

Christian Harbor 400.00 

Colerain . 800.00 

Connaritsa 300.00 

Conway 2,504.00 

Creech Memorial 1,500.00 

Creeksville 240.00 

Earlys 300.00 

Edge wood 240.00 

Elam 460.00 

Elm Grove 1,050.00 

Galatia 1,800.00 

Green's Cross 974.96 

Harrellsville 650.00 

Hebron 0.00 

Holly Grove 100.00 

Holly Springs 126.00 

Hortons. 120.00 

Jackson 499.92 



Kelford 165.00 

Lasker 250.00 

Lawrence 131.87 

Lewiston-Woodville 350.00 

Margarettsville 155.19 

Mars Hill 457.70 

Meherrin 1,436.57 

Menola 200.00 

Merry Hill 500.00 

Mt. Carmel 0.00 

Mt. Tabor 516.80 

Murfreesboro 1,500.00 

Oak Grove 100.00 

Pleasant Grove 1,217.39 

Potecasi 360.00 

Powellsville 896.60 

Republican 75.00 

Rich Square 965.47 

Riverside 350.00 

Roberts Chapel 500.00 

Ross 500.00 

St. Johns 200.00 

Sandy Run 396,00 

Seaboard 399.96 

Severn 450.00 

Siloam 135.00 

Union 1,103.04 

Wakelon 100.00 

Winton 1.800.00 

Woodland 1,568.00 

Total $41,458.59 



II. Other Received: 



Int. Checking $180.35 

For Minutes 45.00 

For Pulpit Supply 135.00 

W. Va. Project 9,709.21 

Sales Tax Ref 330.59 



Evangelism Rally. 548.04 

M. Chapel Rental 150.00 

R. Square Mission Ref 1,262.29 

FICA Refund 42.93 

Book Correction 44 

Total $12,403.85 



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Total received from all sources 

Total received plus balance on hand 



$53,862.44 
$55,862.44 



PAID OUT: 



Director, Salary $10,999.92 

Director, Travel 2,400.00 

House Rent 1,800.00 

Home Utilities 1,068.02 

Secretary 4,040.76 

Office Rent 1,200.00 

Church Training 100.00 

Brotherhood-R.A 148.44 

Evangelism 937.37 

Con v . Expense 600.00 

Annual Session 1,000.00 

Christmas 400.00 

Office Utilities 1,161.25 



Office Supplies 2,985.44 

S.B.C. Annuity Bd 4,020.24 

Clerk, Honorarium 200.00 

Clerk, Expense 50.00 

Treasurer 200.00 

Printing Minutes 718.00 

Sunday School 366.77 

W. Va. Project 11,504.46 

Off. Equipment 1,000.00 

Key Leader Conf 196.45 

FICA(secretary) 618.39 

M. Chapel Ins 31.00 

M. Chapel Repair 497.90 

To Savings 914.39 

Total paid out $49,158.80 



Balance on hand October 1, 1983 $6,703.64 

Respectfully submitted, 
Malcolm Bracy, Treasurer 



West Virginia Mission Project Report 



Received from the churches: 

Ahoskie, First $500.00 

Ashley's Grove 278.00 

Askewville 1,155.91 

Aulander 15.00 

Bethany 
Bethel 

Bethlehem 90.40 

Brantley's Grove 307.76 

Buckhorn 638.71 

Capeharts 156.13 

Cashie 800.00 

Center Grove 247.00 

Christian Harbor 204.25 

Colerain 620.00 

Connaritsa 

Conway 692.00 

Creech Memorial 1,490.00 

Creeksville 255.40 



Kelford 25.00 

Lasker 147.00 

Lawrence 50.00 

Lewiston, First 175.03 

Margarettsville 

Mars Hill 566.42 

Meherrin 418.00 

Menola 100.00 

Merry Hill 200.00 

Mt. Carmel 50.00 

Mt. Tabor 262.61 

Murfreesboro 56.00 

Oak Grove 80.50 

Pleasant Grove 75.35 

Potecasi 30.00 

Powellsville 258.21 

Republican 325.00 

Rich Square 829.00 



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Earlys 300.00 

Edgewood 281.35 

Elam 66.10 

Elm Grove 205.00 

Galatia 1,991.00 

Green's Cross 218.40 

Harrellsville 688.00 

Hebron 

Holly Grove 102.00 

Holly Springs 18.07 

Hortons 

Jackson 788.00 



Riverside 137.35 

Robert's Chapel 85.00 

Ross 184.25 

St. Johns 122.35 

Sandy Run 11.00 

Seaboard 200.00 

Severn 222.85 

Siloam 234.00 

Union 237.40 

Wakelon 

Winton 1,000.00 

Woodland 375.80 

Total $18,566.60 

Received from other source s . . 1,618.78 
Total Received All Sources . . 20,085.38 

Total Paid Out $33,835.05 



53. The budget for 1983-84 was accepted as printed in the book of reports. 



1983-84 Budget 



Budget Item Amount 

I. Associational Director: 

1. Salary $11,660.00 

2. Travel 2,544.00 

3. House Rent 1,800.00 

4. Home Utilities 1 ,300.00 

II. Associational Office: 

5. Office Rent 1,200.00 

6. Office Utilities 1,100.00 

7. Office Supplies 2,600.00 

8. Secretary 4,600.00 

9. FICA (secretary) 308.20 

III. Organizations: 

10. Sunday School 600.00 

11. Church Training 600.00 

12. Brotherhood-R.A 300.00 

13. Music 100.00 

IV. Minutes: 

14. Printing 725.00 

15. Clerk, Honorarium 200.00 

16. Clerk, Expense 50.00 



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V. General: 

17. Treasurer, Honorarium 200.00 

18. Evangelism Committee 1,000.00 

19. S. B.C. Annuity Board 4,351.00 

20. Convention Expense 750.00 

21. Annual Session 1,000.00 

22. Association Office Center 5,000.00 

23. Key Leader Conference 300.00 

24. Christmas, Director 250.00 

25. Christmas, Secretary 150.00 

26. Seminary Extension 50.00 

27. Library Committee 50.00 

28 . Office Equipment 1,000.00 

29. Miscellaneous 10 0.00 

Total $43,888.20 



54. The mission committee's report was read by chairman Lonnie Armstrong. 

Missions Committe Report 
West Chowan Baptist Association 

October 19, 1983 

1. It is with great pride that we can report to West Chowan Association the com- 
pletion of the pastor's home at the First Baptist Church, Chester, West Virginia. The 
Dedication Service was held on Sunday, September 18, 1983, at the 11:00 o'clock wor- 
ship hour. Rev. Lemar Wheeler, preached the dedication sermon. After the prayer 
of dedication was given, the keys were turned over to the Chairman of Deacons. 

Fifty of our churches contributed $18,566.60 

Individuals and Groups contributed 1,618.78 
Authorized from general fund of 

Association by General Board 16,387.99 

TOTAL PROJECT COST COMPLETED $36,222.44 

We owe a debt of gratitude to our churches and a lot of folks for helping with the 
work on the project. Eight churches sent workers from our association: Askewville, 
Winton, Ross, Woodland, Kelford, Pleasant Grove, Creech Memorial, and Green's 
Cross. A work group from Rivermont Baptist Church in Kinston helped frame the 
building and put the roof on during the first week of construction. Mr. Keith Sims 
and his brick-laying crew from Granite Falls, N.C. bricked the main part of the 
house. A Baptist layman from Charlotte, N.C. contributed the paneling for the 
lower level of the house. Pastor Steve Hardin's home church in Forest City, N.C. 
gave and installed the plumbing - and his brothers from Forest City installed all the 
carpet. The men and women of the church at Chester worked hard and gave what 
they could on the project. To all of these we owe our THANKS and to the men who 
served on the Building Committee. 

Cleve Wilkie, who is serving in West Virginia as coordinator of mission projects 
from the Missions Division of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, said, 
"You people should be proud! I believe this is an investment of resources and per- 
sonnel that will pay large dividends for the kingdom of our Lord for generations to 



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come, and put shining stars in the crowns of all who participated - persons and chur- 
ches." 

2. Our next project to be considered is Associational Office. There is a committee 
working now to find a suitable piece of land for an office. They need the input of 
any one who might know of some property that is available. We believe that this 
should be our next step and hope to have something to report in the near future. 

3. The Herbon Baptist Church made a request for pastorial aid. The request was 
processed by the Missions Committee chairman, the Director of Missions, and the 
Moderator in a meeting with the Chairman of Deacons and the pastor of the church. 
The Missions Committee approved it and sent it to the Church Extension Department 
of the Baptist State Convention for their approval. 

4. The Bold Mission Goals for 1982-85 are to start 3,000 new churches, points of 
preaching and Bible study. If any church knows of a prospective area that might be 
a possibility, we need to know and make an effort to develop something there. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Lonnie R. Armstrong, 
Chairman 



55. The report on evangelism was read by the chairman Jack Mace. 

Evangelism Report 

The purpose of Evangelism is to win the lost and then to develop those we win so 
they will win others. With this purpose our long range plans have been the "Here's 
Hope" Crusade of 1982 locating and winning many of the lost. In 1983 our emphasis 
has been on "Growing An Evangelistic Church." Associational seminars are being 
conducted all over the state with pastors, staff, and lay leadership invited to attend 
the five-hour seminar. We are also conducting two-hour seminars to help us under- 
stand the materials available to us to develop evangelistic organizations in our chur- 
ches. 

On April 8, 1983 we had an Area Wide Evangelistic Rally in the Helms Center on 
the Chowan College campus. Dr. Vance Havner was the main speaker. We had 
around 600 in attendance at this meeting. Dr. Havner challenged us to be about the 
Father's business. 

We still have as our goal the challenge of preaching the gospel to every person on 
earth by the year 2000. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jack Mace 

56. A suggested Calendar of Activities was presented by James Hester in the absence 
of Larry Bradley, chairman of Education/Promotion Committee. 

57. The report from the Committee on Committees was read by chairman Richard 
Cooke. (See Associational Directory.) 

58. Jack Lutz read the report from the Ordination Committee. 

Report On Ordinations 

The Ordination Council met on two occasions in 1983. First, February 13 at 
Galatia Baptist Church to examine Thomas E. Glover. The committee recommen- 
ded to the church that Mr. Glover be ordained to the gospel ministry. Galatia Chur- 
ch ordained Mr. Glover on March 13, 1983. 

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The committee met July 17 at Rich Square Baptist Church to examine Keith 
Vaughn. Mr. Vaughn was recommended for ordination by the Rich Square Church. 
He was ordained August 7. 

Both Brother Glover and Brother Vaughn are now serving churches in eastern 
North Carolina. 

59. The report for the Preacher/Place Committee was given by James Langford, 
chairman. First day, the association will meet with Riverside Church with Capehar- 
ts Church as co-host. Second day, with Creeksville Church with Murfreesboro Chur- 
ch as co-host. The preacher first day is James Hester with Joe McLean as alternate. 
The preacher second day is Elemer Joyner with Mark Morris as alternate. 

60. The report of the Resolution Committee was read by Mrs. Joe McLean. 

Resolution Committee Report 

The Resolution Committee wishes to express appreciation to the Woodland, 
Hebron, and Cashie Churches, who hosted the meeting, for the use of their church 
buildings, for the work of their members who prepared for our coming, and for the 
delicious meals which they served. We also thank the Program Committee, the of- 
ficers and Director of Missions, the History Committee, and the persons who par- 
ticipated on the program for the work they did to make this 100th anniversary a 
special celebration for us. 

Therefore, be it resolved that the association express its gratitude to the host chur- 
ches and to those who worked on the program for making this a meaningful 
celebration. 

And be it further resolved that we use this time of celebration as an opportunity for 
committing ourselves to the purpose to which God has called us. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mark Morris, Chairman 
Jo Mace 
Betsy McLean 

61. Mrs. Grady Bridgers, chairman of Committee on Memorials led the 
congregation in remembrance of our beloved dead. 

62. The congregation sang the hymn "There's a Land That is Fairer Than Day." 

63. Cecil Aldridge, pastor Mars Hill Baptist Church, read Psalm 46 and led in 
prayer. 

64. Special music was presented by Mrs. Amy Hoggard accompanied at the piano 
by Mrs. Kay Brantley. 

65. The closing message was given by Rev. Harold White, a former member of 
Cashie Baptist Church. He was introduced by his brother Pat, a member of Cashie 
Church. 

66. The moderator recognized the incoming officers for 1983-84. The gavels 
were given to William Lawrence incoming moderator. 

67. William Lawrence accepted the challenge for the officers for the coming year. 

68. Jack Byrd gave the benediction and thanks for the noon meal. 

69. Meeting Adjourned. 



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Bertie Union Meeting 



On a beautiful Friday morning April 22, 1983, 70 dedicated Christians registered 
for the annual Bertie Union Meeting. Prelude of inspirational music was rendered 
by Mrs. Arba Godwin at the organ. Mrs. John Parker led the singing of the hymns. 
Mr. William Lawrence presided and announced the theme "Ye Are My Witnesses." 

Rev. Richard Cooke, pastor of Mt. Tabor Church, read the scripture and led in 
prayer. Two great messages were delivered: "In Jerusalem" by Rev. Joe McLean 
and "In Judea" by Rev. Bennie Pledger. Miss Gloria Cooke sang "It Is Well With 
My Soul." A delicious meal was served by the Mt. Tabor and St. Johns churches. 

At the afternoon session, Rev. Don Christian, pastor of St. Johns, read the scrip- 
ture and led in prayer. After the business session, Keith White sang "So Send I You." 
One of the highlights of the meeting was a message on "Unto the Uttermost Parts of 
the Earth" brought by Miss Sarah Ann Hobbs, Director, Division of Missions of Nor- 
the Carolina Baptist State Convention. Rev. Lemar Wheeler gave the benediction. 

OFFICERS 



Moderator William Lawrence, Buckhorn 

Vice-Moderator William Futrell, Rich Square 

Secretary Mrs. J. Grady Bridgers, Creeksville 

Music Leader Mrs. John Parker, Rich Square 

Pianist Mrs. Arba Godwin, Center Grove 



Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. J. Grady Bridgers, Secretary 



Early Bird Clerks 

The following church clerks had their church letters into the association clerk by 
October 7 with a minimum of errors. The churches are listed in alphabetical order 
and not necessarily in the order the letters were received. 

CHURCH CLERK 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. C. D. Wiggins, Sr. 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Louise Vann 

Aulander T. H. Griffith 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Sr. 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Charlie Godwin 

Buckhorn William G. Lawrence 

Capeharts Mrs. Deborah Daniel 

Cashie Miss Janie Lee Hughes 

Center Grove Otis C. Payne 

Christian Harbor Mrs. T. L. Norvelle 

Colerain Linwood Mitchell 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan 

Creech Memorial Robert Askew 

Creeksville Mrs. Leroy Barrett 

Earlys J. B. Early 

Edgewood Mrs. Linda Williford 

Elm Grove Floyd Barmer 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton 

Green's Cross Mrs. Lillian Harden 

Harrellsville R. C. Mason, Jr. 

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Holly Grove Mrs. Eugene Simons 

Holly Springs Mrs. Sandra Hollowell 

Hortons Mrs. Annie M. Powell 

Jackson Mrs. Helen Stephenson 

Kelford Mrs. Beatrice Copeland 

Lasker Mrs. Wilson Askew 

Lawrence Michael Edwards 

Margarettsville Mrs. Helen Vick 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy R. Jones 

Merry Hill Mrs. L. T. Jackson 

Mt. Tabor CM. King 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Diane Dixon 

Powellsville J. C. Hoggard 

Republican Reddick White, Jr. 

Rich Square Mrs. Pat Bennett 

Ross Mrs. Elizabeth Bunch 

Sandy Run Mrs. Catherine Walston 

Siloam Clyde Anders 

Union Mrs. Roger Miller 

Wakelon Floyd M. Perry 

Winton Mrs. Gloria J. Thum 

Woodland Mrs. Leslie B. White 



In Memoriam 




AHOSKIE 

Mrs. J. Glover Newsome 
Hilton Modlin 
Miss Issie Mitchell 
Arthur W. Greene 
Miss Edna Askew 
Mrs. James F. Byrum 
John Therman Chitty 
Mrs. Vestal Roberts 
William E. Baker 
John Calvin Godwin 
James C. Sessoms, Sr. 
Mrs. Velma Griffith 
Mrs. John Whedbee 
Mrs. Mildred Weadock 
Herbert Modlin 
Lee Willoughby 
Charles Coley 



E. J. Bell, Jr. 
Mrs. Julia Mitchell 
Paul S. Nichols 
Mrs. Mable F. Barker 

F. Durham Overton, Jr. 
Theo Mithcell 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 
Mrs. Lillie Vann 
Russell Warren 
Mrs. Clinton Askew 
W. E. Byrd 
Wilmer Futrell 

ASKEWVILLE 
Carlyle Byant 
Reynold White 
Joseph Mizelle 



AULANDER 
Roy Lee Powell 
McCoy Barnes 
Mrs. Susie Jernigan 
Mrs. Lucy Perry 
Mrs. Mary Lou Davidson 
Mrs. Marie Saunders 
Raymond Burden, deacon 
C. W. White, Jr., deacon 

BETHANY 

Nova Lee White 

BETHEL 

David Lee Mayle 
John W. Miles 
Bryant Ellis 
Melvin Faison 
Norman Rose 



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Mrs. L. B. Jordan 
Mrs. Willie Massey 
Mrs. Althie Cook, 
charter member 

BETHLEHEM 
Kelly Dilday 

BRANTLEY'S GROVE 
Mrs. Sallie D. Doughtie 
George Casper 
Herbert Willoughby 

BUCKHORN 

R. Gilbert Whitley 
Roy Bryant 
Mrs. Zola Mae Drake 
Miss Jill McKeller 

CAPEHARTS 
Mrs. Lessie Cobb 
Chester White, deacon 

CASHIE 

Mrs. Ruby M. Moore 
Mrs. Eva J. Dempsey 
Mrs. Odell J. White 
Mrs. Betty Lou A. Saunders 
Mrs. Vashti W. Mizelle 
Albert Spivey 
L. I. Bowen 
Mrs. Moella A. Powell 

CENTER GROVE 
Mrs. Grace Early 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
C.S. Fairless, deacon 
J.E. Crawford 
Miss Luray Askew 
Mrs. Ruby N. Earley 
Mrs. Iris V. Lewis 

COLERAIN 
Shelby Clay 
Mrs. C. W. Beasley 
Henry F. Britt, Sr. 
Linwood Pierce 
Mrs. Linwood White 
Lloyd White 
W. B. Byrum 
Mrs. J. A. Perry 

CONNARITSA 
Theron Chamblee 
Wright Jernigan 



Mrs. Lillian Harris 
Dennis 

CONWAY 

Mrs. Wiley Sumner 
Mrs. Godwin Butler 
Mrs. Gracie Barnes 

CREECH MEMORIAL 
Irvin Mulder 
Simon Perry 

CREEKSVILLE 
Mrs. Jimmy Askew 
Mrs. Vivian Johnson 
Mrs. Hersey Lassiter 

EARLYS 

Mrs. Lou Beale Vann 
Paul L. Nichols 

EDGEWOOD 
Kim Silverthorne 

ELAM 

Mrs. Ellen Dickens 
Read Stephenson 
Garland Storey 
Mrs. Zellia Whiby 
Mrs. Ada Gay 
Clyde Tucker 
Millard Birdson 
Mrs. Hattie Webb 
Mrs. Lula Harrison 

ELM GROVE 

Aubrey L. Mizelle 
Mrs. Casteen Jernigan 
Mrs. Louise Myers 

GALATIA 

Mrs. Lessie D. Knox 
G. C. Davis 
Will Joe Storey 
Mrs. Louise Pope 

GREEN'S CROSS 
Mrs. Maude Hughes 
Mrs. Ethel Mizelle 
Clyde White 

HARRELLSVILLE 
J. A. Britt, deacon 
Miss Robin Johnson 
R. D. Liverman 
D. E. Lewis 



HOLLY GROVE 
Mrs. Mary M. Byrd 
Joseph P. Todd, deacon 

JACKSON 

Miss Rebecca G. Long 
Mrs. L. B. May 
Mrs. C. W. Bridgers 
Mrs. Carrie Biggerstaff 
Mrs. Troy Bryant 
Paul Calvert 
Mrs. Glenn Fleetwood 
Mrs. Pauline Gibson 
Dr. C. B. Robertson 

KELFORD 

Mrs. Geneva Welton 
Mrs. Mary E. Hoggard 
Lewis Carter 
Ike Futrell 

LASKER 

Hudson Bridgers 
Danny Elks 
Ryland Draper 

LAWRENCE 
Lewis LaRue 
Mrs. Idonia Smithwick 

LEWISTON 

Mrs. Layla M. Peele 
C. E. Bazemore 
Clyde Bazemore 

MARS HILL 
Mrs. Lois Jones 
Earl Northcott 

MEHERRIN 

Mrs. Collin Parker 

Ben Liverman 

Mrs. Glen Daniels 

Paul M. Parker 
MERRY HILL 

L. C. White 

MT. TABOR 

W. G. Daniels 

Mrs. Sybil Storey 
MURFREESBORO 

Robert B. Marks, Jr. 

V. J. Liverman 

Katie Boyette Payne 

Roxie Bunch 



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1. Ahoskie-7C 

2. Ashley's Grove - 6B 

3. Askewville - IE 

4. Aulander - 6D 

5. Bethany -8D 

6. Bethel - 3B 

7. Bethlehem - 8C 
8 Brantley's Grove - 7C 
9. Buckhorn - 7A 

10. Capeharts-8E 

1 1 . Cashie - 7F 

12. Center Grove - ID 

13. Christian Harbor - 8C 

14. Colerain -8D 

15. Connaritsa - 6D 

16. Conway - 5B 

17. Creech Memorial - 7C 

18. Creekville - 5B 

19. Earley's-6C 

20. Edgewood Chapel - 7E 

21. Elam-3B 

22. Elm Grove - 8D 

23. Galatia-5A 

24. Green's Cross -8E 

25. Harrellsville - 8C 

26. Hebron - 6B 




Churches of the 
West Chowan 
Baptist Association 



27. Holly Grove -7D 

28. Holly Springs - 7C 

29. Horton's-6C 

30. Jackson - 4B 

31. Kelford-5D 

32. Lasker - 5B 

33. Lawrence - 7F 

34. Lewiston - 5E 

35. Margarettsville - 4A 

36. Mars Hill -8D 

37. Meherrin -6B 

38. Menola-6C 

39. Merry Hill - 8E 

40. Mount Carmel - 4B 

41. Mount Tabor -7B 

42. Murfreesboro - 6B 

43. Oak Grove -6C 

44. Pleasant Grove - 6C 

45. Potecasi - 5B 

46. Powellsville - ID 

47. Republican - 6E 

48. Rich Square - 5C 

49. Riverside - 8E 

50. Robert's Chapel - 5A 

51. Ross - 8E 

52. Sandy Run- 5D 



53. Seaboard - 4A 

54. Severn - 5A 

55. Siloam-7F 

56. St. John's - 6C 

57. Union - 7C 

58. Wakelon-8D 

59. Winton-7B 

60. Woodland - 5C 



OAK GROVE 

Mrs. Pearl Hurdle 
Mrs. Maggie Brown 
Lonnie Pearce 

PLEASANT GROVE 
Mrs. Merle Rawls 
Mrs. Pearl F. Jernigan 
Mrs. Josie Barmer 
Hersey Hoggard 
Lee Barmer 
Mrs. Doris R. Hale 
Mrs. Virgie B. Wilder 
Mrs. Sallie J. Bryant 

POTECASI 

Ms. Susan Askew 
Ms. Gertie Beale 
Ms. Annie Sue Askew 

POWELLSVILLE 
Riddick D. Harrell 
Richard Matthews 
Leslie G. Holloman, deacon 
William H. Wynns, deacon 
Mrs. Hazel Hoggard 
Charles M. Hall 

REPUBLICAN 

A. S. White, deacon 
Bennv Bazemore 



RICH SQUARE 
Cornelius Lassiter 
Bob Vann 
Ms. Helen Edwards 
Mrs. Alice Howard 
Mrs. Lillian B. Myers 
Craig Joyner 

RIVERSIDE 

Mrs. Marie Hughes 

ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
Mrs. Annie Norris Boone 
Mrs. Iris Liverman 



ROSS 

Mrs. Magnolia H. Hughes wiNTON 
Franklin White 
Vernon Hoggard, deacon 
Levi Castelloe 
Rufus Harrison 



Mrs. Ollie Baker 

SILOAM 

Mrs. Mary Thomas 

ST. JOHN'S 
Herbert Blowe 
Joseph Earley 
Robert Howell 
Dilliard Summer 

UNION 

Mrs. Mary H. Wiggins 
Mrs. Fula Peele 
Bonnie Pearce 
Pat Perrv 



Arthur Askew 

WOODLAND 
George Mizelle 



SANDY RUN 

Thomas L. Corey, Sr. 

SEABOARD 

Miss Edith Bradley 
Mrs. Edith Edwards, 
deaconess 

SEVERN 

Mrs. Virginia Long 
Mrs. Marv Woodard 



Dr. W. R. Parker 
Mrs. Annie P. Best 
A. S. Joyner 




Historical Events 

j 

BETHANY: Renovated church sanctuarv; bought a church bus. 
BETHLEHEM: Replaced church steeple. 

CAPFHARTS: Construction of new fellowship hall and kitchen was completed; 

first baptismal service was held on September 4, 1983. 
CONNARITSA: New choir robes; new light fixtures on side porches and over front 

door of church; storm windows installed at parsonage. 
CONWAY: Ordained two women deacons; installed a chairlift. 

CREECH MEMORIAL: Voted three faithful long serving men to Honorarv Deacon 
for life - Donnell G. Waters. Simon Perrv, and Edgar Bunch. 

CREEKSVILLE: Installed sound svstem and Plexi-glass windows in auditorium; 
painted educational building inside; made a driveway and parking area at the 
fellowship hall; held Homecoming in May; two new decons were ordained. 

F ARLYS: Covered the exterior of the church building with vinyl siding. 

ELM GROVE: Padded church pews; landscaped church grounds. 

GALATIA: Ordained Tommy Glover to ministry. 

LEWISTON, FIRST: Celebrated 100th anniversary in September; W.M.U. presen- 
ted an oil painting of the church as she appeared on her 100th birthday; 
Brotherhood gave a ramp to aid the older and handicap: both buildings were pain- 
ted. 

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MEHERRIN: Renovated children's department. 

MURFREESBORO: Honored Miss Grace Parker who retired from Primary Depar- 
tment of Sunday School after teaching in this church since the 1920s. 

POWERSVILLE: Paved parking area and installed pew cushions. 

RICH SQUARE: Ordained Keith Vaughan into the gospel ministry. 

SANDY RUN: Remodeled bathroom area; started a monthly "Come Pray with Me" 
prayer breakfast. 

SEVERN: Church redecorated; serious, major structural defects were corrected; 
church was rededicated upon completion; tape recorders were added to the 
ministry to home-bound members. 

SILO AM: Remodeled and added kitchen to fellowship hall. 

ST. JOHN'S: Celebrated our centennial; adopted a new constitution. 

WINTON: Aluminum siding placed on fellowship house; new sound system in- 
stalled in church; land donated beside cemetary; new light fixtures (chandeliers) 
installed in sanctuary. 

WOODLAND: One new Sunday School class; churchwide participation in W. 
Virginia pastorium project with three members attending and pastor delivering 
dedicatory sermon; two receipients of Brotherhood Scholorship Fund; Hanging of 
Greens Service for Christmas 



Annual Session Schedule for the 1980s 



1984 



First Day - Riverside Baptist Church 
Second Day - Creeksville Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Bethal Baptist Church 



Capeharts Baptist Church 
Murfreesboro Baptist Church 
Sandy Run Baptist Church 



1985 



First Day - Siloam Baptist Church 
Second Day - Union Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Oak Grove Baptist Church 



Edgewood Baptist Church 
Brantleys Grove Baptist Church 
Mars Hill Baptist Church 



1986 



First Day - Aulander Baptist Church 
Second Day - Ashleys Grove Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Elm Grove Baptist Church 



Greens Cross Baptist Church 
Buckhorn Baptist Church 
Merry Hill Baptist Church 



1987 



First Day - Galatia Baptist Church 
Second Day - Askewville Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Center Grove Baptist Church 



Margarettsville Baptist Church 
Republican Baptist Church 
Holly Grove Baptist Church 



1988 



First Day - Elam Baptist Church 
Second Day - Seaboard Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Winton Baptist Church 



Mt. Carmel Baptist Church 
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church 
Wakelon Baptist Church 



1989 



First Day - Colerain Baptist Church 
Second Day - Connaritsa Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Lasker Baptist Church 



Christian Harbor Baptist Church 
Hortons Baptist Church 
Ross Baptist Church 



1990 

First Day - Meherrin Baptist Church 
Second Day - Kelford Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Lewiston Baptist Church 



Holly Springs Baptist Church 
Ahoskie First Baptist Church 
Bethlehem Baptist Church 



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Historical Table 

MEETING 



YEAR 


PLACE 


MODERATOR 


CLERK 


PREACHER 


TEXT 


1883 


Cashie 


R.P. Thomas 


W.C. Parker 


D.A. Woodson 


Rom. 1:16 


1884 


Robert's Chapel 


R.P. Thomas 


W.C. Parker 


J.D. Hufham 


Acts 20:24 


1885 


Pleasant Grove 


R.P. Thomas 


W.C. Parker 


C.W. Scarboro 


Psalms 16:8 


1886 


Mars Hill 


R.P. Thomas 


W.C. Parker 


C.W. Scarboro 


Heb. 13:1 


1887 


Winton 


R.P. Thomas 


W.C. Parker 


B.B. Williams 


Acts 20:35 


1888 


Elam 


R.P. Thomas 


W.C. Parker 


M.L. Green 


Gal. 5:10 


1889 


Aulander 


R.P. Thomas 


W.C. Parker 


T.T. Speight 


Gal. 6:10 


1890 


Ross 


R.P. Thomas 


W.C. Parker 


C.W. Scarboro 


Romans 8:1 


1891 


Union 


R.P. Thomas 


W.C. Parker 


T.G. Wood 


Habakkuk 2:15 


1892 


Mount Carmel 


R.P. Thomas 


W.C. Parker 


Braxton Craig 


Numbers 10:30 


1893 


Colerain 


R.P. Thomas 


W.C. Parker 


L.M. Curtis 


Col. 2:10 


1894 


Mt. Tabor 


R.P. Thomas 


W.C. Parker 


A. Cree 


Col. 1:28 


1895 


Sandy Run 


R.P. Thomas 


W.C. Parker 


J.B. Boone 


Romans 15:1, 2, 3 


1896 


Brantley's Grove 


R.P. Thomas 


W.R. Raynor 


R.D. Cross 


Eph. 1:17-20 


1897 


Mars Hill 


J.C. Scarboro 


W.R. Raynor 


J. A. McKaughn 


Acts 5:29-31 


1898 


Meherrin 


J.C. Scarboro 


W.R. Raynor 


W.P. Jordan 


Rom. 5:8,8:32 


1899 


Ahoskie 


J.C. Scarboro 


W.R. Raynor 


J.A. Speight 


Gal. 6:14 


1900 


Potecasi 


C.W. Mitchell 


N.W. Britton 


R.D. Cross 


Joel 3:14-16 


1901 


Capeharts 


C.W. Mitchell 


N.W. Britton 


G.P. Harrell 


Hebrews 4:6 


1902 


Connaritsa 


C.W. Mitchell 


N.W. Britton 


D. Gale 


II Cor. 9:6-7 


1903 


Buckhorn 


C.W. Mitchell 


N.W. Britton 


L.M. Curtis 


Rev. 3:7-11 


1904 


Ross 


C.W. Mitchell 


N.W. Britton 


A.T. Howell 


Exodus 10:15, 18:19-20 


1905 


Hebron 


C.W.Mitchell 


N.W. Britton 


W.L. Britt 


Matt. 3:19, 26:26, 28 


1906 


Cashie 


C.W. Mitchell 


N.W. Britton 


M.A. Adams 


Heb. 15:1 


1907 


Christian Harbor 


W.P. Shaw 


N.W. Britton 


R.L. Gay 


Psalms 60:4 


1908 


Aulander 


W.P. Shaw 


N.W. Britton 


A.T. HoweU 


Song of Solomon 5:16 


1909 


Bethlehem 


T. Gilliam 


N.W. Britton 


R.D. Stephenson 


Matt. 16:27 


1910 


Rich Square 


T. Gilliam 


N.W. Britton 


Q.C. Davis 


I Cor. 15:3 


1911 


Winton 


T. Gilliam 


N.W. Britton 


J.A. Parker 


John 6:67-69 


1912 


Republican 


T. Gilliam 


N.W. Britton 


T.L. Brown 


James 2:8 


1913 


Severn 


T. Gilliam 


N.W. Britton 


D.P. Harris 


Acts 17:26-27 


1914 


Harrellsville 


T. Gilliam 


N.W. Britton 


W.B. Waff 


Mai. 3:8 


1915 


Jackson 


C.H. Jenkins 


N.W. Britton 


S.N. Watson 


John 21:19 


1916 


Lewiston 


C.H. Jenkins 


N.W. Britton 


K.D. Stukenbrook 


Luke 21:19 


1917 


Ahoskie 


C.H. Jenkins 


N.W. Britton 


J.C. Keaton 


I Co. 9:22 


1918 


Colerain 


C.H. Jenkins 


N.W. Britton 


James Long 


Essentiala Local Ch 


1919 


Seaboard 


C.H. Jenkins 


N.W. Britton 


Dancy Gale 


Titus 2:10 


1920 


Mt. Tabor 


C.H. Jenkins 


N.W. Britton 


W.R. Haight 


Acts 2:41 


1921 


Kelford 


C.H. Jenkins 


R.B. Lineberry 


E.N. Gardner 


John 14:6 


1922 


Elam 


C.G. Powell 


R.B. Lineberry 


Juhus W. Whitley 


John 12:32 


1923 


Murfreesboro 


C.G. Powell 


R.B. Lineberry 


J.P. Essex 


Eph. 5:25 


1924 


Cashie 


C.G. Powell 


R.B. Lineberry 


E.J. Isenhower 


John 17:4 


1925 


Woodland 


C.G. Powell 


R.B. Lineberry 


D.P. Harris 


John 17:7 


1926 


Christian Harbor 


C.G. Powell 


R.B. Lineberry 


CM. Billings 


Rom. 1:14 


1927 


Aulander 


C.G. Powell 


R.B. Lineberry 


B. Townsend 


II Tim. 1:6 


1928 


Ashley's Grove 


Wayland Mitchell 


R.B. Lineberry 


O. Creech 


John 14:6 


1929 


Meherrin 


Wayland Mitchell 


R.B. Lineberry 


A.W.H. Jones 


Heb. 2:10 


1930 


Capeharts 


Wayland Mitchell 


R.B. Lineberry 


R.B. Lineberry 


Acts 26:19 


1931 


Potecasi 


Wayland Mitchell 


R.B. Lineberry 


L.E. Dailey 


II Cor. 5:14 


1932 


Ahoskie 


J.H. Matthews 


R.B. Lineberry 


W.R. Stephenson 


Rev. 2:7 


1933 


Cashie 


J.H. Matthews 


R.B. Lineberry 


Richard Lloyd 


Matt. 6:10 


1934 


Powellsville 


J.H. Matthews 


Oscar Creech 


C.H. Trueblood 


II Tim. 4:5 


1935 


Galatia 


J.H. Matthews 


Oscar Creech 


K.E. Bryant 


Matt. 6:10 


1936 


Ahoskie 


J.H. Matthews 


Oscar Creech 


Lonnie Sasser 


Neh. 2:17 


1937 


Colerain 


W.D. Barbee 


Oscar Creech 


J.H. Bunn 


II Chron. 17:16 


1938 


Conway 


W.D. Barbee 


Oscar Creech 


L.M. Dixon 


Matt. 5:14-16 


1939 


Chowan College 


W.D. Barbee 


Oscar Creech 


R.R. Jackson 


Acts 13:36 


1940 


Connaritsa 


W.D. Barbee 


Oscar Creech 


Guy C. Moore 


Ezek. 2:1 


1941 


Chowan College 


W.D. Barbee 


Oscar Creech 


J.M. Duncan 


Ps. 78:5, Mk. 6:5 


1942 


Chowan College 


W.D. Barbee 


Oscar Creech 


E.Y. Everitt 


Mark 12:28-34 


1943 


Mars Hill 


W.D. Barbee 


Oscar Creech 


J.E. Lanier 


Esther 4:14 


1944 


Aulander 


W.D. Boone 


Oscar Creech 


A. P. Mustain 


John 3:7 


1945 


Ahoskie 


W.D. Boone 


Oscar Creech 


No sermon 




1946 


Meherrin, Mt. Carmel 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


J.U. Teague 


Luke 19:10 



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1947 


Republican, Jackson 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


Fletcher Ford 


I Sam. 4:9 


1948 


Potecasi, Lewiston 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


W.P. Milne 


Luke 17:20-21 


1949 


Elam, Capeharts 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


J.B. Dailey 


Matt. 4:18-21, 28:18-20 


1950 


Greens Cross 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


J.M. Duncan 


Matt. 4:18-21, 28:18-20 


1951 


Aulander, Buckhorn 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


E.C. Unchurch 


Eph. 6:10-18 


1952 




Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


E.S. Morgan 


Exodus 14 


1953 


Seaboard, Chowan 
College 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


Frank Robinson 


Isa. 54:2 


1954 


Man Hill, Colerain 


Herbert Jenkins 


Mrs. Jesse F. Colston 


Wayne Scott 


Rom. 6:19-23 


1955 


Rich Scjuarc, 
Woodland 




P.T. Worrell 


W.P. Milne 


II Cor. 8:7 


1956 


Ahoskie, First 




J.M. Long 


Robert Johns 


Heb. 12:3 


1957 


Ashley's Grove, 
jVf \x rf reesboro 


Merrill Evans 


J.M. Long 


Eugene Johns 


Acts 2 


1958 


College, Powellsville 


C Gordon Maddrey 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


J M Long 


Luke 10:1-7 


1959 


Lewiston, Bethany 




Levi Gillikin, Jr. 




John 17:13-23 


1960 


Conway, Rich Square 


W.T. Charles 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


W. Isaac Terrell 


Eph.3:l-13 


1961 


Aulander 


W.T. Charles 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 




Gal. 4:1-14 


1962 


Cashie 


E. Len Weston 


K.E. Bryant 


John D. Davis 


Matt. 28:19-20 


1963 


Woodland, 
Center Grove 


E. L.en Weston 


K.E. Bryant 


B.J. Traywick 


Haggai 1 


1964 


Colerain, Galatia 


Dr. W.R. Parker 


K.E. Bryant 


Lee Roy Campbell 


Rom. 13:11-14 


1965 


Creeksville, Mars Hill 


J.L. Walter Moose 


K.E. Bryant 


Bennie Pledger 


Phil. 1:21 


1966 


College 


Rowland S Pruette 


K.E. Bryant 


E. Len Weston 


Acts 1:8 


1967 


Murfreesboro, 
Askewville 


Rowland Pruette 


K.E. Bryant 


Gwyn P. Sullivan 
Ernest Poston 


Ps. 96:2 


1968 


Riverside, Meherrin 


C.E. Thomas 


L. Thad Prevatte 


T.M. Jones 


John 20:19 


1969 


Sandy Run, 
Rich Square 


C.E. T homas 


L. Thad Prevatte 


Billy T. Mabley 
George F. Turner 


Eph. 4:4 


1970 


Ahoskie First Cashie 






Herman T. Dilday 




1971 


Conway, Capeharts 




Henry W. Slough 


Joe D. McLean 
Walter Jones 


I Cor. 12:1-6 
Eph. 5:1-17 


1972 


Aulander, Lewiston 


Terry J. Jones 


Henry W. S tough 


H.L. Coppedge 
Walter F. Hill 


Heb. 9:22 
Exo. 4:1-5 


1973 


Winton Connaritsa 


W.L. Downs 




Jack H. Mace 


James 1:18-27 
John 8:30-32 


1974 


Greens Cross, 
Capeharts 


Robert B. Spivey 


Mrs. Walter S. Jones 


Harold Rumfelt 


Col. 3 


1975 


Colerain, Harrellsville 


Robert B. Spivey 


Ronald Richardson 


Tim Sellers 
Ronald Richardson 




1976 


M u rf reesboro 






D.H. McCollough 


Matt. 28:19-20 


1977 


Galatia, 

Brandey's Grove 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 




Jack Byrd 
Delbert Burnett 




1978 


Rich Square, 
Republican 


Bobby Cross 


Mrs. Hen~v Powell 


Gerald Riggs 


Mt. 13:31-33 


1979 


Ross, Mars Hill 


Bobby Cross 


iTirs. ncin y rowcii 


Hubert Mizelle 

Kenneth Pittman 


Mk. 4:35 


1980 


Pleasant Grove, 
Bethlehem 


Robbie Parker 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Robert C. White 
Dr. W.D. Morris 




1981 


Severn, Jackson 


Robbie Parker 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


J.N. Baggett 


Hosea 7:1-7 
Nehemiah 1:1-11 


1982 


Creech Memorial, 
Earlys 


Lemar Wheeler 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Robbie Parker 
James Langford 


Numbers 32:1-7 
Luke 10:25-37 


1983 


Woodland, Cashie 


Lemar Wheeler 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Jerry Wallace 





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Church Directory 



Missions Operated by the Church 



Rich Square Roanoke Valley Nursing Home 

Ordained Ministers 

(other than pastors) 

Ahoskie, First Francis L. Cordrey (PI), Rt. 2 Box 45-A,Ahoskie 27910 

Edwin C. Dacus, 614 W. First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Cashie Harvey Jackson (I), 202 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Creech Memorial Henry Powell (DOW), Box 215, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Nickie Martin (I), Box 265, Conway 27820 

Kelford Henry Boschen, Portsmouth Military Academy, Portsmouth, Va. 

Murfreesboro Hargus Taylor (SW), 101 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 



Rowland Pruette (SW), 108 Dogwood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Vint Tilson (SW), 300 College St., Murfreesboro 27855 
Franklin Lowe (SW), 502 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Bela Udvarnoki (R), 609 Woodridge Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Bruce Whitaker (SW), Pine Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Philip Royce (SW), 209 Holly Hill Road., Murfreesboro 27855 
Clifton Collins (SW), Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 
Earl Parker (SW), 109 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Charles Paul (SW), 625 Woodland Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Ministers Licensed During the Year 

(none) 

Ministers Ordained During the Year 



Galatia Thomas Glover, Rt.l Box 61-B, Scranton 27875 

Rich Square Keith Vaughan, Box 681, Princeton 27569 

Assistant Pastors 

Ahoskie, First Rev. Irby Jackson, 1702 Rosewood Dr., Greenville 27834 

Ministers of Youth 

Ahoskie, First Wm. Don Gober, Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Organists or Pianists 

Ahoskie, First Wm. R. Raynor, 910 W. Church St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Franklin Futrell, Rt.l Box 206, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mrs. Mary L. Jernigan, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

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Aulander Mrs. Sylvia Vaughan, Rt.l Box 155, Enfield 27823 

Bethany Mrs. Cleo Lee, Rt. 2 Box 167, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Linda Hasty, Rt.l Box 82, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem John R. Moore, Rt. 4 Box 100, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. June White, Rt. 3 Box 194^, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. Howard K. Taylor, Box 38, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Sue D. White, Rt. 2 Box 173, Colerain 27924 

Cashie Mrs. Tom Brooks, 1003 Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mrs. A.S. Godwin, Rt. 1 Box 56, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. T. L. Griffin, Rt. 1 Box 93, Cofield 27922 

Colerain Mrs. Don Craft, 516 N. Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Connaritsa Mrs. C. E. Baker, Box 57, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. J. A. Fleetwood, SR., Box 6, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mrs. Sharon Vick, Rt.l Box 8-F, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Milton Strickland, Rt. 2 Box 399, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mrs. W. D. Morris, Rt 1, Box 111, Gates 27937 

Edgewood Mrs. Joseph Williford, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Elam Joey Davis, Box 133, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mrs. Connie Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 296-A, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Elliott Davis, Rt. 1 Box 59, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Mrs. Yvonne Williams, 707 S. Queen St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Mary Lou Earley, Box 146, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Ruth Chitty, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mrs. Thomas E. Ruff in, Rt.l Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Mrs. Ann Young, Box 9, Winton 27986 

Hortons Mrs. Ruffie Phelps, Rt.2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mrs. Roy Biggerstaff, 604 Rapids St., Roanoke Rapids 27870 

Kelford Mrs. Marin Vick, Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Ruth Vaughan, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Mrs. Kay Barnacascal, Rt. 2 Box 454-F, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston-Woodville Mrs. Ruth Williford, Box 100, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. R.O. Glover, Rt.l, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Carrie D. Brown, Rt.l Box 373, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. Henry Miller, Rt.l Box 411, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Vernie Vinson, Rt.l Box 245, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. Virginia Barfield, Box 116, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Betty Long, Rt.l Box 28-B, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. T.S. Benthall, Rt. 3 Box 55, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Mrs. John Gosnell, 401 Holly Hill Rd., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Miss Lisa Lowe, 925 N. West St., Ahoskie 27910 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Ricky Perry, Rt. 1 Box 272-A, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Mrs. Annie M. Wood, Rt.2, Conway 27820 

Powellsville Mrs. Julia Godwin, Rt.3 Box 199-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mrs. Rebecca Lilley, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Becky Joyner, Box 589, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Miss Lynette Finch, Rt.l, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Phyllis Mann, Rt. 1 Box 55, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Linda Harrell, Rt. 2 Box 222, Colerain 27924 

Sandy Run Bennie J. Reynolds, Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Miss Elizabeth Harris, Box 147, Seaboard 27876 

Siloam Mrs. Wanda Speller, Rt.3 Box 756, Williamston 27892 

St. John's Mrs. Myrtie Britton, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 



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Union Mrs. Lawrence Sumner, Rt.2 Box 74, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mrs. Trudy Jones, Rt.2 Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton Miss Beth Ward, Box 434, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Dianne Clark, Box 214, Woodland 27897 

Church Library (Media) Directors 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. Louise Garrett, 421 First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Franlkin Futrell, Rt.l Box 206, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mrs. Velma White, Rt.3, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Mrs. Shelton Leggett, 303 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Milton Holloman, Rt.l Box 92 Harrellsville 27942 

Conway Mrs. Lee Duncan, Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mrs. Velma Mitchell, 503 E. Memorial Dr., Ahoskie 27910 

Green's Cross Mrs. Myrtle Castelloe, Rt.2 Box 177, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. R. C. Mason, Jr., Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Lasker Mrs. Talmadge Barnes, Rich Square 27869 

Meherrin Miss Janet Joyner, Rt.l Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Merry Hill Mrs. Beth White, Box 146, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Pansy Storey, Rt.l Box 383, Murfreesboro 27820 

Robert's Chapel Rev. Randolph Phillips, Box 65, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Peggy Askew, Rt.3 Box 342-A, Windsor 27983 

Severn Mrs. Rachael Britt, Severn 27877 

Woodland Mrs. John Vaughan, Box 367, Woodland27897 

Pastors 

Ahoskie, First James E. Langford, Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Larry Bradley, Rt.l Box 99, Conway 27820 

Askewville 

Aulander Calvin Parker, Box 220, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Cecil Harkey, Rt.2 Box 142-A, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Thomas R. Edwards, Rt.l Box 90, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Ed. Revelle, Rt.4 Box 357, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantley's Grove James C. Ward, Rt.3 Box 14-13, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Wayne Simpson, Box 67, Como 27818 

Capeharts R.R. "Jack" Lutz, Rt.l Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Jack W. Byrd, 101 Gray St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Jack Mace, Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Christian Harbor M. D. Hill, Box 5, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain 

Connaritsa Gordon K. West, Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Conway James E. Hester, Box 160, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mark A. Morris, 502 Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Harold Scott, Rt.2 Box 265, Conway 27820 

Earlys Dr. W. D. Morris, Rt.l Box 111, Gates 27937 

Edgewood Don Turner, Rt.3 Box 81 Vi, Windsor 27983 

Elam Hugh W. Mizelle, Box 37, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Hubert L. Mizelle, Rt.2 Box 330, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Lonnie R. Armstrong, Rt.l Box 89, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Kenneth Bunch, Rt.2 Box 146, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Michael Hill, Box 5, Harrellsville 27942 



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Hebron Felix "Tony" Futrell, Box 102 Woodland 27997 

Holly Grove Edward Revelle, Rt.4 Box 357, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Philip McCall, Box 56, Cofield 27922 

Hortons Gordon West, Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Joe D. McLean, Box 445, Jackson 278745 

Kelford Richard Lloyd, Box 37, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Willie McLawhorn, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence C. E. Thomas, Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Lewiston-Woodville D. H. McCullough, Box 130, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville P. T. Worrell, Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Mars Hill J. Cecil Aldridge, Rt.l Box 334, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Gerald K. Riggs, 513 Meherrin Av., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Keith White, Box 147, Aulander 27805 

Merry Hill C. E. Thomas, Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel P. T. Worrell, Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Richard Cooke, Rt.3 Box 81-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Thomas H. Caulkins, 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Keith White, Box 147, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Graov Howard Corley, Rt.l Box 39, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Eugene Asbill, Box 8, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Jack Mace, Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Republican J.N. Baggett, Rt.4 Box 245-C, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Elmer Joyner, Box 589, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Donald L. Clinton, Box 96, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel David Wood, Box 128, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Garry Mickey, Rt.3 Box 319-L, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run H. LeRoy Huthmacher, Box 95, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Rich Gaskins, Box 357, Seaboard 27877 

Severn Donald F. Westbury, Box 502, Severn 27877 

Siloam Doyle Holder, Rt. 4 Box 730, Windsor 27983 

St. Johns Don Christian, Rt.2 Box 104, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Steve Thompson, Rt.2 Box 54, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Joe Polinski, Rt.3 Box61-I, Windsor 27983 

Winton 

Woodland J. Lemar Wheeler, Box 444, Woodland 27897 

Sunday School Directors 

Ahoskie, First Randy Britton, 612 Lakeview Dr., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Clarence Green, Jr., Rt.2 Box 58, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Elbert W. Cowan, Rt.3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Thomas Hale, Rt.l Box 458, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Everett White. Rt. 2 Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Tony Mumford, Rt. 1 Box 83, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Robert Bazemore, Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Henry Dilday, Rt.4 Box 449, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Oscar Spruill, Rt.l Box51-A., Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Floise Carter, Rt.l Box 277, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Shelton Leggett, 303 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Robert Brantley, Rt.l Box 62-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor W. N. Holloman, Rt.l Box 32, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Alton Pierce, Box 52, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa L. B. Chamblee, Rt.2 Box 113-A, Aulander 27805 



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Conway C. J. Watson, Box 416, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Emmett Casper, Rt.l Box 84-D, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Gregory Taylor. Rt.l Box 145, Jackson 27845 

Earlys. R. E. Brinkley, Rt.l Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edge wood Joseph Williford, Rt.3, Windsor 27983 

Flam Leon Dickens, Rt.l Box 259. Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Spencer Jernigan, Rt.2 Box 351, Colerain 27924 

Galatia James Barnes, Rt.l Box 94, Margarettsville 27853 

Green's Cross Al Jernigan, Rt.2 Box 133, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Jimmy Cotton, Rt.l Box 111-A, Cofield 27922 

Hebron Tony Futrell, Box 102, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Eugene Simons, Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Curtis Eure, Rt.l Box 12-R, Ahoskie 27910 

Hortons J. E. Phelps, Rt.2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Ronald Boone, Box 607, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Marion Vick, Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Grady Flythe, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence James E. White, Rt.2 Box 571, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston-Woodville Robert E. Williford, Box 100, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Jessie M. Vick, Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Darvin T. Davidson, Rt.l Box 385, Colerain 17924 

Meherrin Vernon Joyner, Rt.l Box 420, Murfreesboro 27820 

Menola David Brinkley, Rt.l, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill. . Bert Willis, Jr., Box 145, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Leslie Long, Rt.l Box 28-B, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Dan Warren, Rt,3 Box 77-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Irvin Joyner, 605 Woodland Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Douglas Miller, Rt.l, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Joe Joyner, Rt.l Box 6, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Donnie Rogers, Box 133, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Truitt Tayloe, Rt.l Box 5-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Edwin Parker, Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Ted Tyler, 434 W. Jackson St., Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Miss Sandra Lee, N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Robert's Chapel John Woodard, Box 145, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Tommy Johnson, Rt.2 Bos 329, Colerain 27924 

Sandy Run J. Lebron Morris, Box 7, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard S. Y. Daniel, Box 158, Seaboard 27876 

Severn J. W. Barkley, Severn 27877 

Siloam James Moore, Rt.4 Box 732, Windsor 27983 

St. Johns Garland Harrell, Rt.l Box 175, Aulander 27805 

Union Randy Miller, Rt.2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Paul Willaims, Rt.2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Joseph Futrell, Rt.l Box DE, Winton 27986 

Woodland J. H. Liverman, Box 439, Woodland 27897 

Church Training Directors 

Askewville Willia A. White, Rt.3, Windsor 27983 

Bethel Mrs. Joan Massey, Rt.l Box.98, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Creech Memorial Gary Powers, 1306 W. Memorial Dr., Ahoskie 27910 

Elm Grove Spencer Jernigan, Rt.2 Box 256-A, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Travis Taylor, Rt.l Box 197, Pendleton 27862 



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Green's Cross Mrs. Mary Castalloe, Rt.2, Windsor 27983 

Meherrin S. T. Wrenn, 105 Pecan Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Mt. Tabor Billy Daniels, Rt.3 Box 80-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Ross Mrs. Sue Todd, Rt.3, Box 382, Windsor 27983 

Siloam Miss Beverly Dunlow, Broad St., Windsor 27983 

Union Benjamin Roberson, Rt.l Box 8-N, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton Fred Downs, Box 127, Winton 27986 

W.M.U. Directors 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. Randy Britton, 612 Lakeview Dr., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Emily Martin, Box 124, Milwaukee 27854 

Askewville Mrs. JoAnne Mizelle, Rt.2, Colerain 27924 

Aulander Mrs. Cleo Tinkham, Box 171, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Nadine Hewitt, Rt.2 Box 143, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Linda Mayle, Rt.l Box 96-A, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mrs. W. S. Bazemore, Rt.4 Box 23, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Vivian Andrews, Rt.3 Box 14-J, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. Oscar Spruill, Rt.l Box 51-A, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Dannie McClenney, Rt.l Box 39, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Miss Janie Lee Hughes, 401 Cale St., Windsor 27983 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Earl Lowe, Rt.l Box 41, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Linwood Mitchell, Rt.l Box 132, Harrellsville 27942 

Connaritsa Mrs. Joe R. Jernigan, Box 335, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. R. J. White, Jr., Box 147, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mrs. Nan Johnson, 204 South St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Grady Brigders, Rt.l Box 119, Jackson 27845 

Earlys Mrs. L. P. Britton, 816 W. Church St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Mrs Wayne Dunlow, Rt.3 Box 60-P, Windsor 27983 

Elam Mrs. C. B. Painter, Rt.l Box 269, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Mrs. Diener Thompson, Rt.2 Box 320, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt.l Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Mary Jane Asbill, Rt.2 Box 188, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Dorothy Holloman, Box 44, Harrellsville 27942 

Holly Springs Mrs. Ann Young, Box 9, Winton 27986 

Jackson Mrs. William Barrow, Rt.l Box 447, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Mary Brown, Box 162, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Blannie Britton, Rt.l Box 150, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence Mrs. Linda Harden, Rt.2 Box 553, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston-Woodville Mrs. Lacelle Parker, Box 1, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. R. O. Glover, Rt.l, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Jane Davidson, Rt.l Box 102, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. David Lane, Box 188, Woodland 27897 

Menola Mrs. Margarette L. Brown, Rt.2, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Mrs. Janie Thomas, Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Judy Barnes, Rt.l, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Brenda Tinkham, Rt.l Box 251, Murfreesboro 27983 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Shirley Pike, 305 Union St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. T. C. Miller, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Rachael Morris, Box 244, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Mrs. Louise Cooke, Rt.l Box 88-C, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Mrs. Kathy Watkins, Box 85, Powellsville 27967 

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Republican Mrs. Yvonne Jernigan, Rt.l, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Esther Cavis, Box 273, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mrs. Rhodes Pratt, Rt.l Box 179, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Lois Edwards, Box 55, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Garry Mickey, Rt.3 Box 319-L, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Elizabeth Morris, Box 7, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Calvin Maddrey, Box 272, Seaboard 27876 

Siloam Mrs. Lee Holder, Rt.4 Box 730, Windsor 27983 

St. Johns Mrs. Pat Barr, Rt.l, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Mrs. Roger Miller, Rt.2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mrs. Edith Bryant, Rt.2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Otis Wall, Box 92, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Gilbert Tinberlake, Main St., George 27833 

Brotherhood Directors 

Askewville Allen A. White, Rt.3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Larry Drew, Box 237, Aulander 27895 

Bethany Haywood White, Rt.2 Box 208, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt.l Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantley's Grove Wayne Vinson, Rt.3 Box 171-E, Ahoskie 27910 

Cashie J. C. Overton, 1102 Sterlingtonworth St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Robert E. White, Rt.l Box 91, Ahoskie 27910 

Colerain Alton Pierce, Box 52, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa H. G. Spruill, Box 275, Aulander 27805 

Conway David Simmons, Rt.l Box 229 Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Robert E. Askew, 1008 N. Academy St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Michael Lassiter, Rt.2 Box 348, Conway 27820 

Edgewood Dannie Bowen, Rt.3 Box 63, Windsor 27983 

Elam Z. L. Davenport, Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Aubrey Mizelle, Rt.2 Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Bennie Barrett, Rt.l Box 105-B, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Reginald Asbill, Rt.2 Box 188, Windsor 27983 

Lasker Keith Britten, Rt.l Box 151-F, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence W. G. Sallenger, Rt.2 Box 524, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston-Woodville Albert Lassiter, P.O.Box, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Meherrin Clinton Evans, Rt.l Box 13, Murfreesboro 27855 

Merry Hill Tony Hughes, Box 98, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor Dwight Tinkham, Rt.l Box 251, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Gregg Lowe, 502 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Keith White, Box 147, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Sherwood Rawls, Box 445, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Wilson Lassiter, Box 157, Potecasi 27867 

Rich Square Larry Godwin, Box 532, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Milton Cullipher, Rt.l Box 179, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Bill Edwards, Box 25, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Ray Kornegay, Rt.3 Box 406-H, Windsor 27983 

Seaboard C. C. Howell, Box 399, Seaboard 27876 

Siloam Thomas Speller, 306 Oak St., Williamston 27892 

St. Johns Eddie Newsome, Rt.l Box 118, Aulander 27805 

Winton Carl Piland, Box 468, Winton 27986 

Woodland William Askew, Box 440, Woodland 27897 



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Music Directors 



Ahoskie, First Wm. Don Gober, Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Earl Gibson, Rt.l, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Robert L. Jernigan, Rt.3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mrs. Sylvia Vaughan, Rt.l Box 152, Enfield 27823 

Bethany Wayne Lee, Rt.2 Box 167, Colerain 27924 

Brantley's Grove GlennBrickhouse, Rt.3 Box 185, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. Wm. G. Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Mrs. Jane Lutz, Rt.l Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mrs. Joe Spruill, Rt.l Box 542, Aulander 27805 

Center Grove Mrs. Jack Mace, Box 5, Powellsville 27976 

Christian Harbor E. G. Blythe, Rt.l Box 5, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Don Craft, 516 N. Pembroke Av., Ahoskie 27910 

Connaritsa Mrs. C. E. Baker, Box 57, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Julian Liverman, Box 56, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Marcus Johnson, 204 South St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Harold Scott, Rt.2 Box 265, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mrs. W. D. Morris, Rt.l Box 111, Gates 27937 

Edgewood John Baker, Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Elm Grove Aubrey Mizelle, Rt.2 Box 330, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Merrell Gay, Rt.l Box 95-A, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Rhoda Lawrence, Rt.2 Box 141, Windsor 27983 

Hebron Mrs. Carolyn Futrell, Box 102 Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Thomas E. Ruffin, Rt.l Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Jackson Mrs. Roy Biggerstaff, 604 Rapids St., Roanoke Rapids 27870 

Lasker Mrs. Wanda Britton, Rt.l Box 151-F, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence Mrs. Janie Thomas, Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Lewiston-Woodville Robert E. Williford, Box 100, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. R. O. Glover, Rt. 1, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy Jones, Rt.l Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Robert G. Mulder, 385 Franklin Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Merry Hill Mrs. C. E. Thomas, Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor . Mrs. F. E. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro James Chamblee, 1 12 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Pleasant Grove Ricky Perry, Rt.l Box 272-A, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Mrs. Peggy Vaughan, Box 97, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Mrs. Julia Godwin, Rt.3 Box 199-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mrs. Louise Leary, Rt.l, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Becky Joyner, Box 589, Rich Square 27957 

Riverside Mrs. Marie Clinton, Box 96, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Joan Home, Rt.l Box 91, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Joseph R. Hoggard, Rt.3 Box 328, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Bennie J. Reynolds, Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. George Hall, Box 332, Seaboard 27876 

Siloam Leroy Mobley, 1810 W. Main St., Williamston27892 

Union Mrs. Mike Blowe, Rt.l Box 184, Aulander 27805 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Rt.2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Fred Downs, Box 127, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Dianne Clark, Box 1 12, Woodland 27897 



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Church Treasurers 

Ahoskie, First Miss Anne Hill, Rt.2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashleys Grove Mrs. Gerald Askew, Rt.l Box 67, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Judy B. White, Rt.3 Box 289-D, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mrs. Sarah Johnson, Rt.l Box 285-A, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Everett Miller, Rt.2 Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Bethel P. L. Daniel, Rt.l Box 81, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mrs. W. S. Bazemore, Rt. 1 Box 23, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Lois Ross, Rt.2 Box 257-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. Oscar Spruill, Rt.l Box 51-A, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Lois Hughes, 142 Morris Cir., Edenton 27932 

Cashie Ulrich Mizelle, 304 Winston Ln., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove David Brinkley, Jr., Rt.l Box 92-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. J. L. Holloman, Rt.l Box 131-A, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Eloise B. Perry, Box 5, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Roy L. Francis, Rt.4 Box 91, Ahoskie 27910 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Douglas Lowe, 925 N. West St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Grady Bridgers, Rt.l Box 119, Jackson 27845 

Earlys R. E. Brinkley, Rt.l Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood John Baker, Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Elam William Stephenson, Box 12, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mrs. Helen Jernigan, Rt.2 Box 281, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Billy Britton, Rt.l Box 173, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Margaret Mizelle, 1004 Taylor St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville J. W. Mason, Rt.l Box 10, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Walter Miles, Box 251, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mrs. Eugene Simons, Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Mrs. Helen Miller, Rt.l Box 52, Winton 27986 

Hortons Mrs. Frances Bazemore, Box 465, Windsor 27983 

Jackson C. W. Bass, Box 504, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Franklin Lewis, Box 31, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Eleanor Elks, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence W.J. Barnacascel, Rt.2 Box 455, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston-Woodville C. H. Edwards. P.O.Box, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. Lenora Vaughan, Rt.l, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Margaret Davidson, Rt.l Box 343, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Henry Miller, Rt.l Box 411, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Miss Sally A. Barber, Rt.2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Roy Pierce, Rt.2, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Evelyn Stephenson, Rt.l, Jackson 27845 

Mt. Tabor F. E. Holloman, Rt.l Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro William Whitley, 120 Jay Trail, Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mr. & Mrs. Colie Rawls, Rt.l Box 454, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Eileen R. Liverman, Rt.l Box 2, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Mrs. Elsie Jenkins, Rt.2 Box 347, Conway 27820 

Powellsville Mrs. Donna Tayloe, Rt.l Box 5-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Clifton Ward, 308 N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Glenda Morris, 321 Stanford St., Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Ben Adams, Rt.l Box 231, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel David Collins, Rt.l, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Basil Hoggard, Rt.3 Box 313-A, Windsor 27983 



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Sandy Run Mrs. Martha Lawhorn, Box 66, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Georgia Taylor, Box 34, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Garland Barnes, Severn 27877 

Siloam Joseph Leggett, Rt.4 Box 755, Windsor 27983 

St. Johns Mrs. Kay Edwards, Rt.l, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. C. J. Liverman, Rt.l Box 249, Aulander 27805 

Wakelon Mrs. Agnes Belch, Rt.2 Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Gloria J. Thum, Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland John Outland, Jr., Box 445, Woodland 278977 

Church Clerks 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. C. D. Wiggins, 318 Ruth Av., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. George T. Vann, Box 157, Conway 27820 

Askewville Dancy G. White, Rt.3 Box 192, Windsor 27983 

Aulander T. H. Griffith, Box 81, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Carolyn Lawrence, Rt.2 Box 194, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt.l Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Dennison Wiggins, Rt.l Box 40, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Charlie Godwin, Rt.3 Box 12-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Wm. G. Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Mrs. Deborah Daniels, Rt.3 Box 366, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Miss Janie Lee Hughes, 401 Cale St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Otis C. Payne, 421 S. Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. T. L. Norvelle, Star Rt. Box 40, Colerain 27924 

Colerain Linwood Mitchell, Rt.l Box 132, Harrellsville 27942 

Connaritsa Mrs. C. D. Francis, Rt.2 Box 114, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial John Jernigan, Rt.l Box 8, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Leroy Barrett, Rt.l Box 105, Seaboard 27875 

Earlys J. B. Early, Rt.l Box 28-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Mrs. Linda Williford, Rt.3, Windsor 27983 

Elam Thad Harris, Box 32, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Floyd Barmer, Rt.2 Box 351, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt.l Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Lillian Harden, Rt.2 Box 242, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville R. C. Mason, Jr., Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Rt.l Box 56-A, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Miss Willie B. Bazemore, Rt.l Box 248, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Mrs. Sandra Hollowell, Rt.l Box 115, Cofield 27922 

Hortons Mrs. Charlie Powell, Rt.2 Box 45, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mrs. T. A. Stephenson, Box 115, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Beatrice Copeland, Box 21, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Wilson Askew, Box 193, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Michael Edwards, Rt.2 Box 370, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston-Woodville .... Mrs. Charles Vaughan, Box 235, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. Helen Vick, Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy R. Jones, Rt.l Box 105 Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. Elvin Parker, Rt.l Box 413, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Kate S. Barber, Rt.l Box 246, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. Dorothy P. Jackson, Rt.2 Box 424i/ 2 , Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Betty Long, Rt.l Box 28-B, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Claude King, Rt.l Box 368-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Pat Edwards, 109 Forest Cir., Murfreesboro 27855 

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Oak Grove Mr. & Mrs. Colie Rawls, Rt.l Box 454, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Margaret B. Dunning, Rt.l Box 43, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Mrs. Betty Dunn, Box 155, Milwaukee 27854 

Powellsville Mrs. Oma Askew, Rt.l Box 153, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Reddick White, Jr., 301 Sterlingworth St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Pat Bennett, Rt.l Box 103, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Walter S. Dunlow, Rt.l Box 217, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Steve Mann, Box 28, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Elizabeth Bunch, Rt.3 Box 336-A, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Catherine Walston, Box 38, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Tommy Flythe, Box 238, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. Mildred Tyler, Box 603, Severn 27877 

Siloam Clyde Anders, Rt.2 Box 90, Windsor 27983 

St. Johns Mrs. Ellen Harrell, Rt.l Box 175, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. Jackie Brinkley, Rt.2 Box 225-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Floyd M. Perry, Rt.2 Box 396, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Gloria J. Thum, Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Leslie White, Woodland Av., Woodland 27987 

Chairman of Deacons 

Ashley's Grove Everett Sumner, Rt.l, Conway 27820 

Askewville Willie A. White, Rt.3„ Windsor 27983 

Aulander Glenn Askew, Rt.l Box 2, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Wayne Lee, Rt.2 Box 167, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt.l Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem John Moore, Rt.4 Box 100, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantley's Grove Henry Dilday, Rt.4 Box 449, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhom Raleigh Askew, Rt.l Box 152-C, Como 27818 

Capeharts Myles Baker, Rt.3 Box 366, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Robert B. Spivey, 810 Roberts St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Horace Dilday, Rt.l Box 92-XX, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Thomas Merritt, Box 127, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Tilden Brown, Star Rt. Box 22, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa H. G. Spruill, Box 275, Aulander 27805 

Conway Lawrence Ricks, Rt.l Box 77, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial John E. Askew, 319 Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Leon Martin, Rt.2 Box 313, Conway 27820 

Earlys J. B. Early, Rt.l Box 28-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood John Baker, Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Flam Leon Dickens, Rt.l Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Fentress Mizelle, Rt.2 Box 338, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Billy Harris, Rt.l Box 193, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Rhoda Lawrence, Rt. 2 Box 141, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Luther Whitley, Rt.l Box 53, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Marnch Futrell, Rt.l, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Carol Francis, Rt.l Box 203, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Curtis Fure, Rt.l Box 12-R., Ahoskie 27910 

Hortona J. E. Phelphs, Rt.2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Dr. Horace Harris, Box 671, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Franklin Lewis, Box 31, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Cslvin Lassiter, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence W. W. Daniels, 702 Center St., Windsor 27983 



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Lewiston-Woodville Cecil Parker, Box 257, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville R. G. Piland, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Howard Davidson, Rt.l Box 102, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin W. J. Parker, 310 W. High St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola William Burkett, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill L. T. Jackson, Rt.2 Box 424i/ 2 , Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Leary Purden, Roanoke Rapids 

Mt. Tabor Ronald Storey, Rt.l Box 387, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Stanley Dixon, 211 S. Wynn St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Douglas Miller, Rt.l, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Sherwood Rawls, Box 445, Aulander 27805 

Powellsville James E. Waters, Box 240, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Clifton Ward, 308 N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mel McDowell, Bryantown Rd., Rich Square 27869 

Riverside James Matthews, Rt.l Box 211-A, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Billy Fisher, Rt.l, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Ray Kornegay, Rt.3 Box 406-H, Windsor 27897 

Sandy Run M. E. Purden, III, Box 325, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard C. C. Howell, Box 399, Seaboard 27876 

Severn M. L. Tyler, Box 603, Severn 27877 

Siloam Leroy Mobley, 1810 W. Main St., Williamston 27892 

St. Johns Eddie Newsome, Rt.l Box 118, Aulander 27805 

Union William Charles, Rt.2 Box 48-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Rt.2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Robert A. Newsome, Rt.l, Cofield 27922 

Woodland Leslie B. White, Woodland Av., Woodland 27897 




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For your further information 

and reference 

The West Chowan Baptist Association 
100th Anniversary (Centennial) 
Annual Minute Book 
is concluded with the following tables. 

Table A - Church Membership 

Table B - Sunday School 

Table D - Church Music 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union 

Table F - Brotherhood 

Table G - Total Receipts, Expenditures, Stewardship 
Table H - Mission Expenditures 
Table I - Special Information 
Table C - Church Training 



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TABLE A CHURCH MEM- 
BERSHIP & OTHER 
INFORMATION 
West Chowan - North Carolina 
Director of Assoc. Missions: 

Henry Powell, P.O. Box 215, 

Ahoskie, NC 27910 
Year Fnding 9/30/83 


CHURCHES 


AHOSKIE 

ASHLEYS GROVE 

ASKEWVILLE 

AULANDER 

BETHANY 

BETHEL 


BRANTLEY'S GROVE 


BUCKHORN 

CAPEHARTS 

CASHIE 

CENTER GROVE 
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OOLERAIN 
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TABLE B SUNDAY SCHOOL 
West Chowan - North Carolina 
Assoc. Sunday School Director: 
James E. Hester, P.O. Box 
258, Conway, NC 27820 
Year Ending 9/30/83 


CHURCHES 


AHOSKIE 
ASHLEYS GROVE 
ASKEWVILLE 
AULANDER 
BETHANY 
BETHEL 
BETHLEHEM 
BRANTLEYS GROVE 


BUCKHORN 

CAPEHARTS 

CASHIE 

CENTER GROVE 
CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
COLERAIN 
CONNARITSA 
CONWAY- 


CREECH MEMORIAL 

CREEKSVILLE 

EARLEYS 

EDGEWOOD 

ELAM 

ELM GROVE 
GALATIA 
GREENS CROSS 


HARRELLSVILLE 
HEBRON 
HOLLY GROVE 
HOLLY SPRINGS 



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REPUBLICAN 
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RIVERSIDE 
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UNION 
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TABLE D MUSIC MINISTRY 
West Chowan - North Carolina 
Assoc. Music Director: Keith 

White, P.O. Box 147, 

Aulander, NC 27805 
Year Ending 9/30/83 


CHURCHES 


AHOSKIE 

ASHLEYS GEROVE 

ASKEWVILLE 

AULANDER 

BETHANY 

BETHEL 

BRANTLEYS GROVE 
BUCKHORN 


CAPEHARTS 

CASHIE 

CENTER GROVE 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR 

COLERAIN 

CONNARITSA 

CONWAY 

CREECH MEMORIAL 


CREEKSVILLE 
EARLEYS 
EDGEWCOD 
ELAM 

ELM GROVE 
GALATIA 
GREENS CROSS 
HARRET J *SVTLT F, 


JACKSON 
KELFORD 
LASKER 



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West Chowan - North Carolina 


Assoc. Clerk: Mrs. Henry 

Powell, P.O. Box 215, Ahoskie, 
NC 27910 

Year Ending 9/30/83 


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1984 Annual 




West Chowan 
Baptist Association 



North Carolina 



Minutes of the 
101st Annual Session 

West Chowan 
Baptist Association 



held with the 

RIVERSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday afternoon & evening, October 23, 1984 

and the 

CREEKSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Wednesday morning & afternoon, October 24, 1984 



The 1985 Annual Session ivill be held with: 

SILOAM BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday, October 22, 1985 

and the 

UNION BAPTIST CHURCH 
Wednesday, October 23, 1985 

Preachers for the Annual Sermons are: 

First Day Rev. Richard Cooke 

Alternate, Rev. Don Clinton 

Second Day Rev. P.T. Worrell 

Alternate, Rev. Jimmy Ward 

The Annual Bertie Union Meeting will be on Friday, April 26, 1985, 
with the OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH. 



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Dedication 




MAE ODOM NEWSOME 



The 1984 Minutes of West Chowan Baptist Association are dedicated 
to Mrs. Mae Odom Newsome. Mrs. Newsome is the daughter of the late 
Fitzhugh Lee and Mary Sessoms Odom. She is a native of Ahoskie, as is 
her husband Arthur Dowell Newsome. Mrs. Newsome graduated from 
Ahoskie High School and attended Mars Hill College. 

Mrs. Newsome accepted Christ at age nine following Vacation Bible 
School. She has served God through churches wherever she has lived. 
She has served in Sunday School, Church Training and Woman's Mis- 
sionary Union. She is presently serving as WMU director in her church, 
Parkwood Baptist Church, Jacksonville, Florida. 

She is interested in associational work. For nine years she served as 
secretary /bookkeeper for Jacksonville Baptist Association. During the 
nine years with the Jacksonville Association, there were four moves of 
the office facilities. This helped her to realize the importance of an 
association having permanent facilities. Upon learning that West 
Chowan Association was looking for a property upon which to build, she 
very generously donated .7 of an acre on Memorial Drive next to New 
Market shopping center to the association. 

Gratefully we dedicate the 1984 Minutes to Mrs. Newsome. 



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Table of Contents 

Title Page i 

Dedication ii 

Associational Directory 1 

Lay Members of the General Board 2 

Standing Committees 3 

Messengers 4 

Constitution 7 

Annual Session Schedule for the 1980s 11 

Proceedings 12 

REPORTS 

General Board Report 15 

Mission Committee Report 16 

Evangelism Report 16 

Sunday School Report 17 

Church Training Report 17 

Brotherhood Report 17 

Music Report 18 

Woman's Missionary Union Report 18 

Treasurer's Report 19 

Proposed Budget 20 

History of Riverside Baptist Church 22 

History of Creeksville Baptist Church 24 

Bertie Union Meeting 26 

Historical Events 27 

Early Bird Clerks 28 

Historical Table 30 

1985 Calendar 31-32,35-37 

Summer Assemblies & Camps 37 

In Memoriam 39 

CHURCH DIRECTORY 

Ordained Ministers 41 

Assistant Pastor 41 

Ministers of Youth 41 

Organist or Pianist 41 

Pastors 42 

Sunday School Directors 44 

Church Training Directors 45 

Brotherhood Directors 45 

WMU Directors 46 

Music Directors 47 

Chairmen of Deacons 48 

Media (Library) , 49 

Church Clerks 49 

Church Treasurers 50 

Statistical Tables 53 

Map Center of Book 



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Associational Directory 



General Officers 



MODERATOR 

William G. Lawrence, Jr., 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855; (O) 398-4121, 

(H) 398-4230 

VICE MODERATOR 
Charles M. Edwards, Box 179, Winton 27986; 358-8361 

CLERK 

Mrs. Henry Powell, Box 215, Ahoskie 27910; (O) 332-3235, (H) 332-8109 
TREASURER 

Miss Sally Ann Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910; 332-2547 

SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTOR 
Shelby Stephens, Box 128, Colerain 27924; (O) 356-4742, (H) 356-4685 

CHURCH TRAINING DIRECTOR 
Frank Stansbury, Box 415, Winton 27986; 356-3781 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director Mrs. Roger Miller, Rt. 2 Box 68C, Ahoskie 27910; 332-3883 

Assistant Director Mrs. Percy Bunch, 210 Holly Hill Rd., Murfreesboro 

27855; 398-4630 

Secretary /Treasurer Mrs. Lonnie Armstrong, Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876; 

585-1121 

BW Director Mrs. Delmas Pike, 305 Union St., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4265 

Assistant BW Director Mrs. Robert Davis, Rt. 1 Box 81, Seaboard 27876; 

585-0055 

YBW Director Mrs. Richard Draper, Rt. 3 Box 34A, Ahoskie 27910; 332-4054 

Assistant YBW Director Mrs. John F. Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 312, Colerain 27924; 

794-4253 

BYW Director Mrs. David Lane, Box 128, Woodland 27897; 587-4961 

Assistant BYW Director Mrs. Clifton Joyner, Jr., 208 S. Second St., 

Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3516 

Acteens Director Mrs. Ann B. Young, Box 9, Winton 27986; 358-7871 

Assistant Acteens Director Mrs. Gerald Riggs, 513 Meherrin Ave., 

Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4963 

GA Director Mrs. Franklin Stansbury, Box 415, Winton 27986; 358-3781 

Assistant GA Director Mrs. Robert Earl Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 

27910; 332-2667 

Mission Friends Director Mrs. Bobby Robbins, Box 185, Rich Square 27869; 

539-4182 

Assistant MF Director Mrs. Marshall Williford, Jr., 703 Gatling St., Windsor 

27983; 794-4552 

Mission Action Director Mrs. Duncan Hughes, Box 305, Colerain 27924; 

356-2970 

Assistant MA Director Miss Sally Ann Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910; 

332-2547 

Enlistment/Enlargement Director Mrs. Billy Harris, Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 

27862; 585-1147 

Centennial Chairman Mrs. Dwight Tinkham, Rt. 1 Box 251, Murfreesboro 

27855; 398-3210 



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Mission Support Chairman Mrs. Jack Lutz, Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957; 

482-4338 

Mission Study Chairman Mrs. Randy Britton, 612 Lakeview Dr., Ahoskie 

27910; 332-5352 

Scholarship Chairman Mrs. Linwood Mitchell, Rt. 1 Box 132, Harrellsville 

27942; 356-4335 

BROTHERHOOD 

Director Gene Asbill, Box 8, Potecasi 27867; 587-7271 

RA Director Truett Duncan, 306 Spring Ave., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4198 

DIRECTOR OF ASSOCIATIONAL WORK 
Henry Powell, Box 215, Ahoskie 27910 

Associational Office 116 N. Mitchell St., Ahoskie 27910; 332-3235 

Home 417 Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910; 332-8109 

Lay Members of the Association's General Board 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. William Springfield, 723 W. Church St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Ray Bryant, Rt. 1 Box 187, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville David Cobb, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Dennison Wiggins, Cofield 27922 

Buckhorn Mrs. R.G. Whitley, Rt. 1 Box 50, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Dannie McClenny, Rt. 1 Box 39, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Milton B. Tadlock, 304 Sutton Dr., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 92X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor R.W. Baker, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain John E. Thompson, Rt. 1 Box 460, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa CD. Francis, Rt. 2 Box 114, Aulander 27805 

Lindsey Chamblee, Rt. 2 Box 111, Aulander 27805 

Conway E. Rawls, Box 433, Conway 27820 

Creeksville Earl Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 314, Conway 27820 

Edgewood Charles Phelps, Sr., Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Elam Z.L. Davenport, Box 35, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Starkey Jernigan, Rt. 2 Box 297, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Elliott Davis, Rt. 1 Box 173, Windsor 27983 

Green's Cross Nathan Copeland III, Box 237, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Richard Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 100A, Cofield 27922 

Holly Grove Thomas E. Ruff in, Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Hortons J.E. Phelps, Rt. 2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Roy F. Lowry, Box 502, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Marion Vick, Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker David Lassiter, Rich Square 27869 

Lawrence W.G. Sallenger, Rt. 2 Box 524, Windsor 27983 

Mars Hill Howard Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 102, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Merry Hill Bert Willis, Box 145, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor CM. King, Rt. 1 Box 368A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro William Whitley, 120 Jay Trail, Murfreesboro 27855 

Pleasant Grove Jerry Baker, Rt. 1 Box 47A, Kelford 27847 

Rich Square Arthur Horton, Box 546, Rich Square 27869 

Robert's Chapel Ben Mann, Box 37, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406H, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run. Joseph H. Walston, Box 129, Roxobel 27872 



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Seaboard Southgate Britt, Rt. 1 Box 193, Seaboard 27876 

Severn M.L. Tyler, Box 603, Severn 27877 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Jr., Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Woodrow W. Felton, Box 66, Winton 27986 

Woodland Miss Roberta Outland, Box 445, Woodland 27897 



Standing Committees 

COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Chairman: Charles M. Edwards P.O. Box 197, Winton 27986 

R.R. (Jack) Lutz Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Lonnie Armstrong Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876 

Lemar Wheeler P.O. Box 444, Woodland 27897 

Cecil Aldridge Rt. 1 Box 334, Colerain 27924 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS 

Chairman: Robbie Parker P.O. Box 220, Aulander 27805 

Edward L. Womble Rich Square 27869 

Mrs. Jack Lutz Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Thomas Ruffin Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Billy Harris Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27862 

Joe D. McLean P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Frank Stansbury P.O. Box 415, Winton 27986 

James E. Langford P.O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Miss Sallie Ann Barber Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

COMMITTEE ON TRUSTEES 

Chairman: Ray Dixon Rt. 1 Box 361 B, Murfreesboro 27855 

Russell Johnson, Jr P.O. Box 7, Conway 27820 

J. Lebron Morris P.O. Box 7, Roxobel 27872 

COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTION 

Chairman: Jack Byrd 101 Gray St., Windsor 27983 

Bobby Cross 104 Edgewood Dr., Ahoskie 27910 

Gene Asbill P.O. Box 8, Potecasi 27867 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION 

Chairman: Daniel M. Spell Rt. 1 Box 166, Ahoskie 27910 

Jack Lutz Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Hugh Mizelle P.O. Box 37, Gumberry 27838 

COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS 

Chairman: Mrs. Malcolm Copeland 915 W. Stokes St., Ahoskie 27910 

Miss Helen Griffin Woodland 27897 

Joe Polinski Rt. 3 Box 61-1, Windsor 27983 

COMMITTEE ON HISTORY 

Chairman: Hargus Taylor 101 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 1989 

Mrs. Katherine Brett Winton 27986; 1985 

Miss Hazel Griffin Woodland 27897; 1986 

Mrs. Jennings White Conway 27820; 1987 

Dwight Tinkham Rt. 1 Box 251, Murfreesboro 27855; 1988 



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COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP 



Chairman: Gerald Riggs 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855; 1988 

Cecil Harkey Rt. 2 Box 142A, Colerain 27924; 1987 

Charles Edwards P.O. Box 179, Winton 27986; 1986 

Teddy Tyler W. Jackson St., Rich Square 27869: 1985 

COMMITTEE ON SEMINARY EXTENSION 

Chairman: TomCaulkins 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855; 1987 

Ken Bunch Rt. 2 Box 246, Windsor 27983; 1986 

Joe D. McLean P.O. Box 445, Jackson 27845; 1985 

COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES 

Chairman: Mrs. Melvin Futrell Rt. 1 Box 206, Conway 27820 

Mrs. R.C. Mason P.O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Mrs. John S. Vaughan, Sr P.O. Box 367, Woodland 27897 

Mrs. J.S. Powell, Sr Windsor 27983 



Messengers 



AHOSKIE, FIRST 
Mrs. OUie Brown 
Mrs. W.C. Cooper 
Mrs. Malcolm Copeland 
Mrs. Otis Earley 
Mrs. Troy Jernigan 
Miss Vivian Powell 
Mrs. Gilbert Vaughan 
Mrs. William Vickers 
Mrs. CD. Wiggins, Jr. 
Mrs. C.L. Williford 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 
Rodney Askew 
Mrs. Rodney Askew 
Mrs. Franklin Futrell 
Mrs. C.Q. Vann 

ASKEWVILLE 
Mrs. David Cobb 
Roger Copeland 
Mrs. T.J. Jernigan 
Mrs. John F. Mizelle 
Mrs. Woodrow Mizelle 
Mrs. Nick Shook 

AU LANDER 
Mrs. Cleo Tinkham 

BETHANY 
Mrs. Bessie Freeman 
Mrs. Everett Miller 
Mrs. Allie Perry 
Mrs. Lucille Perry 
Mrs. Mattie Perry 



BETHEL 
Fenton Mayle 
Mrs. Fenton Mayle 

BETHLEHEM 

Mrs. Hilda Thompson 

Dennison Wiggins 
BRANTLEY'S GROVE 

Mrs. Charlie Godwin 

E.M. Vann 

Mrs. E.M. Vann 

BUCKHORN 
Cyrus Howell 
Mrs. W.G. Lawrence 
Lin wood Whitley 
Mrs. Linwood Whitley 
Mrs. R.G. Whitley 

CAPEHARTS 
Mrs. Jack Lutz 

CASHIE 
Mrs. Alice Ballard 
Mrs. Jack Byrd 
Mrs. Warren Cobb 
Mrs. Ronald Cooke 
Mrs. Edgar Harris 
Joe Heath 
J.C. Overton 
Mrs. Revah Rhodes 

CENTER GROVE 
Alton Dilday 
A.S. Godwin 
Mrs. A.S. Godwin 



CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
Jackie Baker 
Richard Baker 
Lillian Norvill 

COLERAIN 
Miss Cora Felton Bass 
Mrs. Willie Britt 
Linwood Mitchell 
Mrs. Linwood Mitchell 

CONNARITSA 
Miss Lula Chamblee 
Mrs. Callie Hale 
CD. Francis 
Mrs. CD. Francis 

CONWAY 
James Martin 
Ed Rawls 
Mrs. Leroy Taylor 
Mrs. Henry Vick 
Mrs. Jennings White, Sr. 

CREECH MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Clennie Blowe 
Mrs. Ida Daniels 
Mrs. Lillian Horton 
Mrs. Velma Mitchell 

CREEKSVILLE 
Mrs. Leroy Barrett 
Mrs. Grady Bridgers 
Mrs. Earl Lassiter 



HORTONS 
Mrs. Dennis Bazemore 
J.E. Phelps 
Mrs. Charlie Powell 



EARLYS 
Mrs. Ida Allen 
L.P. Britton 
Mrs. L.P. Britton 
J.B. Early 
Mrs. J.B. Early 
Mrs. Laura Nichols 

EDGEWOOD 
Audrey Leggett 
Lillian Raw Is 

ELAM 
Mrs. Mattie Harris 
Carlton Howell 
Mrs. Margarette Kee 
Mrs. Wanda Mizelle 

ELM GROVE 
Helen Brown 
Catherine Holland 
Starkey Jernigan 
Doris J. Mizelle 
Joyce Ann Mizelle 

GALATIA 
Mrs. Henry Britton 
Mrs. Granville Eure 
Mrs. Hattie Rose 
Mrs. Pearl Taylor 
Mrs. Travis Taylor 

GREEN'S CROSS 
Mrs. Reginald Asbell 
Nathan Cope Land 
Rhoda Lawrence 
Mrs. Grady Liecester 
Mrs. C.W. Mizelle 
Mrs. Richard Mizelle 

HARRELLSVILLE 
Mrs. Lillian Hunnicutt 
Richard Liverman 
Mrs. Lou Mason 

HEBRON 
Marnch Futrell 
Mrs. Minnie Jones 

HOLLY GROVE 
Miss Willie Bazemore 
Mrs. Capitola Todd 

HOLLY SPRINGS 
Annie Mathia 
Thomas Mithias 
Helen Miller 
Lewter Perry 
Lila Whitley 



JACKSON 
Mrs. H.A. Britton 
Roy Lowry 
Mrs. Joe McLean 

KELFORD 
Mrs. Beatrice Co pel and 
Mrs. Robin McCarty 
Mrs. Mary Vick 

LASKER 
Earl Askew 
Mrs. Earl Askew 
Luther Daughtry 
Mrs. Luther Daughtry 
Mrs. Ruby Smith 

LAWRENCE 
Mrs. Frances Allcox 
W.W. Daniels 
Mrs. Ruby White 

LEWISTON-WOODVILLE 
W.H. Gibbs 

MARGARETTSVILLE 
Mrs. R.O. Glover 
Mrs. Leasie Hasty 
Mrs. Ellen Vaughan 

MARS HILL 
Mrs. Annette Aldridge 
Mrs. Barbara Davidson 
Mrs. Margaret Davidson 
Mrs. Inez Robertson 



MERRY HILL 
Mrs. C.E. Thomas 
Mrs. Evelyn Willis 

MT. CARMEL 
Annie M. Archer 
Charlie Gay 
Janie Gay 

MT. TABOR 
Mrs. Glenn Benthall 
Mrs. Elizabeth Dixon 
Mrs. Clara Tinkham 

MURFREESBORO 
Mrs. Eunice Banks 
Mrs. Antoinette Holloman 
Mrs. Jessie Moose 
Mrs. Helen Phillips 
Bela Udvarnoki 
Mrs. Bela Udvarnoki 

OAK GROVE 
Douglas Miller 

POTECASI 
Bud Cocker 
Mrs. Bud Cocker 

POWELLSVILLE 
Mrs. Bessie Hudson 
Mrs. Jo Mace 
Mrs. Julia Ray nor 

REPUBLICAN 
Mrs. Ruby Harmon 
Mrs. Connie Leggett 
Mrs. Millie Stocks 
Mrs. Lyda White 

RICH SQUARE 
Miss Jessie Helen Belch 
William Futrell 
Mrs. Arthur Horton 
Vernon Taylor 
Mrs. Vernon Taylor 

RIVERSIDE 
Marie Clinton 



MEHERRIN 
Mrs. Myrtle Brown 
Mrs. Flonnie Dula 
Mrs. Vidie Francis 
Mrs. Edith Parker 
Mrs. Irene Parker 
W.T. Parker 
Len Whitsen 

MENOLA 
Mrs. Elizabeth Britton 
Mrs. Margaret Brown 
Miss Elsie Cowan 
Miss Retha Cowan 
Mrs. Mary Edwards 
Miss Evelyn Jones 
Mrs. Wilma Snipes 
Mrs. Vernie Vinson 



ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
Johnnie Bryant 
Mrs. Irene Bryant 

ROSS 
Elton Harrison 
Mrs. Elton Harrison 
Mrs. Sadie Hoggard 
Mrs. Sue Todd 



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SANDY RUN 
Mrs. Leroy Huthmacher 
J. Lebron Morris 
Mrs. J. Lebron Morris 

SEABOARD 
Mrs. Mary Howell 
Mrs. Hazel Johnson 
Mrs. Elma Jones 

SEVERN 
Mrs. R.W. Britt 
Mrs. Dick Eure 
Mrs. F.L. Ferguson 
Mrs. Richard McGee 
Mrs. Virginia Outland 
Mrs. J.Q. Taylor 
M.L. Tyler 



SILOAM 
Miss Ritchie Alexander 
Miss Beverly Dunlow 
Mrs. Josephine Leggett 

ST. JOHN'S 
Bessie Burkett 
Ruth Joyner 
Clara Shores 

UNION 
Frank Dunn 
Mrs. Roger Miller 
Mrs. Elton Minton 
Harold Moore 

WAKELON 
Roy Matthews 
John H. Perry 
Mrs. Elsie Williams 
Paul Williams 



WINTON 
Miss Emma Parker 
Mrs. Frank Stansbury 
Mrs. Woodrow E. 
Vinson, Jr. 
Harry B. Ward 
Mrs. Harry B. Ward 

WOODLAND 
Mrs. Mable Griffin 
Mrs. Kathryn Lee 
J.H. Liverman 
Mrs. J.H. Liverman 
Mrs. Sarah Liverman 
Miss Roberta Outland 
H.C. Vaughan 
Mrs. H.C. Vaughan 



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Constitution 



NAME 

Article 1 . This body shall be known as the West Chowan Baptist Association of 
North Carolina. 

MEMBERSHIP 

Article 2. It shall be composed of messengers elected by the churches connected 
with this body and all ordained ministers who are pastors of said churches, together 
with the officers of this Association, and chairmen of all standing committees. Each 
church of 100 members and under shall be entitled to two messengers, and for each 
additional 100 members, an additional messenger, provided that no church shall 
have more than 10 messengers. 

PURPOSE 

Article 3. The purpose of this Association shall be to inspire, encourage, and enlist 
its membership in a spirit of brotherly love and cooperation, for the promotion of the 
entire program of our denomination; to the end that the gospel of our Lord and 
Saviour Jesus Christ might be proclaimed with greater power and effectiveness in our 
Association, our State and Nation, and unto the uttermost part of the world. 

POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

Article 4. The Association shall have no power to infringe upon the sovereignty or 
rights of the churches. It is neither an ecclesiastical nor legislative council, nor a 
court of appeal. It may advise the churches and recommend measures of usefulness 
for their adoption, but cannot bind them in any way. There shall be full recognition 
of the autonomy of the local church and there shall be full recognition of the autono- 
my of the Association. However, in view of the combined wisdom, piety and intelli- 
gence of the Association, it justly claims the very highest consideration and regard for 
itself, its objects and its recommendations. 

Article 5. Any Baptist church in good standing approving the design, objects and 
principles of this Association, and holding the same doctrines and ordinances, may be 
admitted into fellowship upon two-thirds vote of the messengers. All applications 
shall be referred to the Membership Committee for study. Church desiring member- 
ship should give notice by making application one year in advance. 

Article 6. The Association may dissolve its relation with any church that con- 
sistently refuses to support the design, objects and principles of the West Chowan 
Baptist Association. Any irregularities which are reported shall be referred to the 
Membership Committee who will report their findings to the next Associational 
meeting. The relationship may be dissolved by a two-thirds vote of the messengers one 
year after irregularities have been brought to the attention of the Association. 

RIGHTS AND DUTIES 

Article 7. Every church shall be requested to contribute a percentage of its gifts, or 
so much per resident member for defraying the expenses of the Association and for 
direction of the promotional education and missionary work of the Association. This 
percentage or amount shall be sent to the Associational Treasurer monthly by each 
church treasurer. 

Article 8. Every church will send to every annual session of the Association a letter 
on the form adopted by the Association with such additional information as it may 
deem fitting. 



Article 9. Any church wishing to dissolve its relationship with the Association in 
order to transfer to another association may do so with a majority vote at any regular 
Associational meeting. 

ORGANIZATION 

Article 10. The Officers of this Association shall be a Moderator, a Vice Modera- 
tor, a Clerk, a Treasurer, a Parliamentarian, a Director of Sunday School, a Direc- 
tor of Church Training Program, a Director of Brotherhood, a Director of Woman's 
Missionary Union, and a Director of Music. They shall be elected at each annual 
session of the first day. The term of all officers shall commence at the conclusion of 
the annual session at which they are elected and continue until their successors are 
elected at the next session of the Association. The Moderator and Vice Moderator 
may not be elected for more than two consecutive years. All nominations may be 
made by the Committee on Nominations. 

DUTIES 

Article 1 1 . It shall be the duty of the Moderator to open meetings punctually at the 
appointed time; to enforce the rules ; to enforce order and to exercise all prerogatives 
of a presiding officer according to Robert's Rules of Order . 

Article 12. It shall be the duty of the Vice Moderator to perform the duties of the 
Moderator in his absence. 

Article 13. It shall be the duty of the Clerk to attend and keep a full record of the 
meetings of the Association and to compile, edit and distribute to the churches the 
minutes and data from the church letters in an annual report. He may appoint an 
assistant when necessary. He shall be paid such honorarium and expenses as the Asso- 
ciation directs. 

Article 14. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive, safeguard and distribute 
all funds of the Association. Disbursements of funds shall be in accordance with the 
budget adopted by the Association. Non-budget items shall be approved by the Fi- 
nance Committee of the General Board. He shall make quarterly reports to the 
General Board and annual reports to the Association. He may be paid honorariums 
and expenses as the Association may direct. The Treasurer's records shall be audited 
annually and he shall be under bond. 

Article 15. The Parliamentarian shall assist the presiding officer in conducting the 
business of the Association according to Robert's Rules of Order . 

Article 16. The Director of Sunday School shall promote and supervise the Sunday 
School Program in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 17. The Superintendent of Sunday School shall promote and supervise the 
Sunday School Program in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 18. The Director of Church Training Program shall promote and super- 
vise the Church Training Program in the Association in cooperation with the Gen- 
eral Board. 

Article 19. The Director of Brotherhood shall promote and supervise the program 
of Baptist Men in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 20. The Director of Woman's Missionary Union shall direct and supervise 
the program for the women and girls in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 21. The Director of Music shall promote and supervise the program of 
music in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

THE GENERAL BOARD 

Article 22. The General Board of the Association shall be composed of the follow- 
ing: Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Director of 



Woman's Missionary Union, Director of Associational Work, Director of Sunday 
School, Director of Church Training Program, Director of Brotherhood, Director of 
Music, Moderator of the Bertie Union, the pastor of each church of the Association, 
provided that the pastor is a member of the church he represents, and one lay mem- 
ber elected from each church. 

The officers of the Association shall divide the General Board into the following 
committees: Education and Promotion, Missions, Evangelism, Stewardship and Fi- 
nance, Survey and Study, and Christian Life and Public Affairs. 

It shall be the duty of the General Board to transact whatever business may require 
attention of the Association between sessions, which action shall be binding upon the 
Association. The General Board of theAssociation shall function with those duly 
elected members present and voting. No percentage quorum is required for these 
meetings. The General Board should meet quarterly, and submit a full report of its 
work to the Association at each annual session, together with recommendations for 
the promotion and extension of the work, including the annual Associational 
budget. 

The Executive Committee of the General Board will be composed of the officers of 
the Association and one representative elected by the General Board from each coun- 
ty in the Association. This committee will work in close harmony with the Director of 
Associational Work in plans and programs. The Executive Committee of the General 
Board shall function with those duly elected officers present and voting at any an- 
nounced meeting. No percentage quorum is required for these meetings. 

In the event that any office, constituted by any article herein, becomes vacant 
during the Associational year, said office may be filled for the interim by appoint- 
ment of the Executive Committee. 

Article 23. The Director of Associational Work, whom the Association may em- 
ploy, shall be under the direction of the Executive Committee of the General Board. 
He shall promote and coordinate the work of the Association through its organiza- 
tions and programs; and shall carry out the the missionary and extension plans of the 
Executive Committee. He shall be an ex officio member of all committees in an ad- 
visory and promotional capacity. 

AMENDMENTS 

Article 24. This constitution may be altered at any annual session of the body by a 
two-thirds vote of the messengers present and voting. However, a 60-day notice of the 
proposed change shall be sent to the chairman of the Executive Committee of the 
General Board, and such proposed amendment shall be read on two consecutive days 
before action on the same. 

COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

Article 25. The committees of the Association shall be divided into three categories: 
Section A. Committees to be appointed by the Moderator in advance of the annual 
meeting. 

1. A Committee on Enrollment consisting of six. This committee shall recognize 
and register all messengers and others attending the Association and report to the 
Association when called upon. 

2. A Committee on Committees consisting of two members from each of the coun- 
ties comprising the Association. This committee shall nominate for election by the 
Association all standing committees and such other committees as may be assigned to 
it. This committee should make its primary report during the first session. This com- 
mittee shall designate the chairman of each committee. 



3. The Executive Committee of the General Board shall guide in an audit of the 
Treasurer's records and report to the Association. 

Section B. Committees to report at the same annual meeting at which they were 
elected. 

1. A Committee on Place and Preacher consisting of three, the duty of which shall 
be to recommend to the Association where the next session shall meet and the 
preacher to deliver the annual sermon and his alternate. 

2. A Committee on Resolutions consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to 
draw up and present to the Association suitable resolutions of appreciation and ex- 
pressions of sentiments on any matter chosen by the committee or referred to the com- 
mittee by the Moderator of the Association. 

Section C. Committees which will serve throughout the year and which shall re- 
port at the next annual session of the Association. 

1. A Committee on the Order of Business consisting of five. The Vice Moderator 
shall be the chairman of this committee. It shall be the duty of this committee to pre- 
sent a printed report suggesting the order of business. This report should be acted 
upon as soon as feasible after the opening of the Association. When adopted, its re- 
port shall become the order of the Association and cannot be changed except by ma- 
jority vote of the body. 

2. A Committee on Nominations consisting of three members from each of the 
counties composing the Association. This committee shall nominate representatives of 
the various institutions, members of the General Board, the officers of the Associa- 
tion, and other officers that may be necessary to execute the program of the Associa- 
tion. Nominations by this committee shall not preclude nominations from the floor. 
No officer of the Association shall hold more than one office at a time. The Nominat- 
ing Committee should constantly seek the counsel of existing Associational officers 
when preparing their report. No name shall be submitted to the Association for elec- 
tion until that individual has agreed to serve if elected. 

3. A Trustees Committee consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to hold in 
trust any property, endowment, or other securities of the Association. 

4. A Committee on Ordination consisting of three. It shall be the duty of this com- 
mittee to make itself available to any church who has a candidate for the Gospel 
Ministry. 

5. A Committee on History consisting of five members, one member elected each 
year for five years. This committee shall be responsible for compiling and main- 
taining a history of the Association. 

6. A Committee on Memorials consisting of three members elected each year, one 
from each county. This committee shall be responsible for suitably memorializing 
deceased members of the churches of the Association and other events as may be 
necessary. 

7. A Committee on Membership consisting of five members, one member elected 
each year for five years. It shall be the duty of this committee to consult with 
churches in areas of Church-Association relationships and report the desire of the 
church as regards status in becoming member churches or in desire to withdraw fel- 
lowship. A committee from the church and this committee of the Association on 
membership shall work in all matters for harmony and good will among the 
churches. This committee functions at the request of the Executive Committee of the 
General Board and/or the Association when meeting in annual session. 

8. A Committee on the Constitutions consisting of three members shall be elected 
each year. This committee shall keep the constitution up to date and recommend re- 
visions in accordance with the provisions of the constitution. 



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9. A Committee on Libraries consisting of four members elected each year. This 
committee shall be responsible for the development of the Associational library or- 
ganization and will assist the churches in their library work when requested. 

10. A Committee on Seminary Extension consiting of three members, one member 
elected each year for three years. This committee shall plan the courses of study and 
make all arrangements for a balanced program of study. 

Article 26. Any regulation prior to this constitution which conflicts herewith is 
hereby repealed. 



Annual Session Schedule for the 1980s 



1985 

First Day - Siloam Baptist Church 
Second Day - Union Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Oak Grove Baptist Church 

1986 

First Day - Aulander Baptist Church 
Second Day - Ashleys Grove Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Elm Grove Baptist Church 

1987 

First Day - Galatia Baptist Church 
Second Day - Askewville Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Center Grove Baptist Church 

1988 

First Day - Elam Baptist Church 
Second Day - Seaboard Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Winton Baptist Church 

1989 

First Day - Colerain Baptist Church 
Second Day - Connaritsa Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Lasker Baptist Church 

1990 

First Day - Meherrin Baptist Church 
Second Day - Kelford Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Lewiston Baptist Church 



Edgewood Baptist Church 
Brantleys Grove Baptist Church 
Mars Hill Baptist Church 



Greens Cross Baptist Church 
Buckhorn Baptist Church 
Merry Hill Baptist Church 



Margarettsville Baptist Church 
Republican Baptist Church 
Holly Grove Baptist Church 



Mt. Carmel Baptist Church 
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church 
Wakelon Baptist Church 



Christian Harbor Baptist Church 
Hortons Baptist Church 
Ross Baptist Church 



Holly Springs Baptist Church 
Ahoskie First Baptist Church 
Bethlehem Baptist Church 



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Proceedings 



101st Annual Session 

Tuesday, October 23, 1984 
RIVERSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH 

1. The moderator, William G. Lawrence, called the 101st annual session of West 
Chowan Baptist Association to order. 

2. Keith White, associational music director, led the congregation in singing the 
hymn "To God Be the Glory." Mrs. Pam Williams accompanied at the piano. 

3. Don Clinton, host pastor, read Romans 5:1-10 and led in prayer. 

4. Don Clinton welcomed the messengers and visitors on behalf of Riverside 
Church and Capeharts Church. 

5. Mrs. R.G. Whitley, Buckhorn Church, responded to the welcome. 

6. Lonnie Armstrong, pastor of Galatia Church, moved the adoption of the 
program as printed in the book of reports with two additions - adding reports from 
the Education/Promotion Committee and the Building Study Committee. 

7. The moderator appointed the following committees: Time and Place with 
Robbie Parker chairman, J.N. Baggett, James Langford, Mrs. J. Grady Bridgers, 
and John Thompson; Resolution Committee with Mrs. Billy Harris chairman, Mrs. 
Mary Howell, Miss Elsie Cowan, Mrs. Revah Rhodes, Mrs. Linwood Mitchell, and 
Mrs. Jay Porter; Enrollment Committee from the host churches: Mrs. Eva Miller, 
Mrs. Alice Williams, Mrs. Marie Clinton, Mrs. Rhodes Pratt, Mrs. Terry Adams, 
Mrs. Earl Lee, Mrs. Ellen Hoggard, and Mrs. Bonnie Simons. 

8. James Hester, president of pastors' conference, introduced the new pastors who 
have come into the association during the past year. The new pastors are Michael 
Johnson, Union Church; Freddie Harris, Askewville Church; William Harkins, 
Connaritsa and Hortons churches; Charles Harris, Creeksville Church; Shelby 
Stephens, Colerain Church; Frank Stansbury, Winton Church; and Larry McCarty, 
Kelford Church. 

9. Mrs. Earl Lee, Enrollment Committee, reported 247 registered. 

10. The moderator gave the moderator's message. 

11. The congregation sang the hymn "Love Divine." 

12. The General Board Report was given by the clerk, Mrs. Henry Powell. 

13. The Missions Committee Report was given by Lonnie Armstrong, chairman. 
The committee report was accepted as printed in the book of reports. Mr. Armstrong 
gave an update on the transfer of the mobile unit to the Baptist State Convention. He 
has received thank you notes from many of the tornado victims who were helped. 

14. Jack Mace presented the Evangelism Report. He called attention to the 1986 
Good News America, God Loves You simultaneous revivals. 

15. In the absence of the chairman of the Finance Committee, the moderator called 
attention to the Treasurer's Report in the book of reports. The proposed 1984-85 
budget was adopted. 

16. Joe McLean, chairman of Committees on Committees, presented the standing 
committees. Committee members were elected as presented. 

17. Robbie Parker, chairman of Education/Promotion Committee, presented the 
calendar of activities for the coming year. The calendar was accepted as printed. 

18. Marion Tyler, chairman of the Committee on Nominations, presented the 
nominations for officers for the coming year. His report was accepted. The commit- 
tee brought a recommendation that a study committee be approved to review associa- 
tional needs relating to Royal Ambassador work. The recommendation was accepted. 



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19. Lemar Wheeler, chairman of the Building Study Committee, distributed 
copies of a floor plan for an association office center as information. Roy Lowry 
made a motion that the floor plans be accepted. Hubert Mizelle seconded the motion. 
Motion carried to accept the floor plans as presented. Motion carried for this commit- 
tee to complete the plans for the association office building. 

20. Mr. Wheeler introduced Rick Gaskins, pastor of Seaboard Church, who drew 
the plans for the office building. Members of the committee were introduced. They 
are Charles Edwards, Mrs. Linwood Mitchell, and Bob Spivey. Appreciation was ex- 
pressed to this committee. 

21. The moderator recognized any visitors present. Larry McClure, area 
missionary for northeast North Carolina, was introduced. 

22. Richard Cooke made a motion that the association adopt The Baptist Faith and 
Message as adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention at Kansas City in 1963 as a 
guide for the association. Joe McLean made a substitute motion to let the constitution 
committee study this motion. Carried. 

23. James Hester, association Sunday School director, reported a change in a date 
for preparation for the enlargement campaign. The first meeting will be a supper 
meeting November 8 at Meherrin Church. 

24. Richard Cooke presented the Church Training Report. 

25. Mrs. Billy Harris presented the Woman's Missionary Union Report. 

26. The Brotherhood Report was accepted as information as printed in the book of 
reports. 

27. Keith White presented the Music Report as printed in the book of reports. 

28. The congregation sang the hymn "Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee." 

29. Joe McLean read from the fourth chapter of 2 Corinthians and led in prayer. 

30. Special music was presented by Mrs. Elaine Taylor, Riverside Church, who 
sang "He Touched Me." 

31. The annual sermon was preached by James Hester, pastor of Conway Church. 

32. The congregation sang the hymn "I Love to Tell the Story." 

33. Thanks for the evening meal was given by Jack Lutz, pastor of Capeharts 
Church and co-host for the meeting. 

EVENING SESSION 

34. Lonnie Armstrong introduced the Galatia Baptist Church Quintet which 
presented a 30 minute concert prior to the beginning of the evening session. 

35. The moderator called the evening session to order. 

36. The congregation sang the hymn "Faith is the Victory." 

37. Jack Lutz read from Romans 3:21-29 and led in prayer. 

38. History of the Riverside Church was given by Mrs. Elaine Taylor. 

39. THe congregation sang the hymn "At the Cross." 

40. Mrs. Ollie Brown, a graduate of Meredith College, introduced the speaker for 
the evening. 

41. John Hiott from Meredith College gave a report on Christian Higher 
Education. 

42. The congregation sang the hymn "Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross." 

43. The benediction was given by Larry McClure. 

Wednesday, October 24, 1984 
CREEKSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

44. A musical prelude was presented by Mrs. Paula Jean Barrett, pianist, from 
Galatia. 

45. The moderator called the meeting to order. 

46. The congregation sang the hymn "Blessed Assurance, Jesus Is Mine" accom- 
panied at the piano by Mrs. Barrett and at the organ by Mrs. Judy Strickland, 
Creeks ville. 

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47. Charles Harris, pastor of the host church, read from Matthew 24:3-13 and led 
in prayer. 

48. Mr. Harris welcomed the messengers and visitors on behalf of the host chur- 
ches, Creeksville and Murfreesboro. 

49. The response to the welcome was given by Hubert Mizelle, pastor of Elm 
Grove. 

50. The history of Creeksville Baptist Church was given by Mrs. Leroy Barrett. 

51. The Registration Committee reported 202 present. Members of the Enroll-ment 
Committee were Dr. Bela Udvarnoki, Mrs. Bela Udvarnoki, Mr. Willie Adkins, 
Mrs. Earl Lassiter, Mrs. Gregory Taylor, and Mrs. Leroy Barrett. 

52. The Director of Missions Report was accepted as information as printed in the 
book of reports. 

53. Copies of the floor plan for an association office building adopted on Tuesday 
were distributed to those not present at the earlier session. 

54. The congregation sang the hymn "Let Others See Jesus in You." 

55. Major Al Butters, USMC retired, talked about the SBC Annuity Board protec- 
tion plan for church staff members and especially pastors. 

56. The congregation sang the hymn "He Keeps Me Singing." 

57. Gene Asbill, pastor of Potecasi, read from Nehemiah 1:3-5, 2:1-5, 4:1-6 and led 
in prayer. 

58. Special music was presented by Martha and Freddie Harris, Askewville 
Church. 

59. The sermon, entitled "What It Takes to Be a Winner for God," was presented 
by Mark Morris, pastor of Creech Memorial Baptist Church. 

60. The congregation sang the hymn, "We Praise Thee, O Lord." 

61. Since the program was ahead of time, visitors and new pastors not present Tues- 
day were recognized. Freddie Harris, pastor of Askewville, was introduced. Harvey 
Coppedge, a former pastor in the association, was recognized. 

62. Lemar Wheeler, chairman of the Building Study Committee, spoke to the floor 
plans adopted on Tuesday evening. 

63. The congregation sang the hymn "What a Friend We Have in Jesus." 

64. Wayne Simpson, pastor of Buckhorn Church, gave thanks for the noon meal. 

AFTERNOON SESSION 

65. A musical prelude was presented by Mrs. Paula Jean Barrett at the piano. 

66. The moderator called the session to order. 

67. The congregation sang the hymn "We've a Story to Tell." 

68. Tom Caulkins, pastor of Murfreesboro Church, read John 3:16-21 and led in 
prayer. 

69. Robbie Parker, chairman of Place and Preacher Committee, reported that the 
first session for the 1985 annual meeting will be with Siloam Baptist Church with 
Richard Cooke, pastor of Mt. Tabor Church, as the speaker and Don Clinton, 
Riverside Church, as alternate. The second day will be at Union with P.T. Worrell, 
pastor of Mt. Carmel and Margarettsville churches, as the speaker and Jimmy Ward 
as the alternate. 

70. Mrs. Billy Harris, chairman of Resolution Committee, expressed appreciation 
to the host churches for their hospitality. 

71. William Futrell, Rich Square, made a motion that appreciation be expressed 
by standing. 

72. Mrs. Leroy Barrett gave an update on the enrollment at Creeksville. There 
have been 211 registered. 

73. Mrs. Malcolm Copeland, chairman of the Memorial Committee, led the 
congregation in remembrance of our beloved dead. 



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74. Frank Stansbury, incoming Church Training director, announced that "M" 
Night will be November 26 at Winton Church at 7:00 p.m. Paul Forrester will be the 
main speaker. Youth Night will be geared to youth. 

75. The congregation sang the hymn "Love Lifted Me." 

76. Gerald Riggs, pastor of Meherrin and a member of the state general board, in- 
troduced the speaker. 

77. Roy Smith, secretary/treasurer elect for Baptist State Convention, gave the 
closing message. 

78. The congregation sang the hymn "God Be With You." 

79. Mrs. Roger Miller, associational Woman's Mission Union director, gave the 
benediction. 

80. Meeting adjourned. 



The General Board of West Chowan Baptist Association met for four regular 
meetings and one called meeting during the 1983-84 associational year. The 
following actions were taken: 

• The General Board accepted a recommendation from the Executive Committee 
that the property's committee be authorized to find and negotiate (short of pur- 
chase) a site for an associational office. 

• Authorized the treasurer to combine the two savings accounts into one at the best 
rate of interest. 

• Approved giving the mobile unit to the Baptist State Convention for use in state 
missions. 

• Approved a recommendation from the Executive Committee that office hours for 
the secretary be posted on the office door. Hours are 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 

• Voted to accept a gift of .7 acre lot from Mrs. Odom Newsome for an associational 
office center. In appreciation for this gift, the 1984 minutes will be dedicated to 
Mrs. Newsome. When the office center is built, a plaque expressing appreciation 
to her will be placed in the reception room. 

• Authorized the $750 convention expense to be used to cover the legal expenses for 
land transfer and survey of site with the unused amount to go into the building 
fund. 

• Approved the March 9-16 dates for 1986 simultaneous Good News America Re- 
vivals. 

• Added $500 to the 1984-85 proposed budget for the Mission Committee and voted 
to recommend the revised budget to the association during the annual meeting. 

• Voted to transfer all monies over $3,500 in the checking account on September 30 
to savings. 

• Received a suggested floor plan for a proposed association office center from the 
Building Planning Committee and Executive Committee. After considerable dis- 
cussion, the General Board referred the plans back to the committees for further 
study. 




General Board Report 



William Lawrence, Moderator, 
Mary H. Powell, Clerk 



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Mission Committee Report 



1. A Committee was appointed by the Moderator William Lawrence to look into 
the matter of selling the mobile chapel. The committee was composed of Lonnie 
Armstrong and Larry Bradley, with William Lawrence and Henry Powell as 
ex officio members. During the attempt to find a buyer, it was discussed and 
decided that we contact the Baptist State Convention to see if they needed it in 
some mission project or new church start. We were informed that they needed 
several of these units. After much deliberation and a number of phone calls, the 
committee decided to recommend to the association that we give the unit to the 
Baptist State Convention. Our decision was based on the fact that the convention 
had paid $4,000 of the original cost of $6,765 of the mobile chapel. In the Janu- 
ary General Board Meeting the committee made a recommendation to give the 
unit to the convention, with no strings attached. It has been moved to a large 
mobile home park in Franklinton, NC during the last part of July. It was im- 
mediately put into use as a chapel. 

2. On May 24, 1984, the Missions Committee was called to a special session at the 
associational office. The Brotherhood Department had given us $50,000 from 
the Disaster Relief Fund to distribute among the tornado victims in Bertie and 
Hertford counties. This money was distributed to 59 applicants, on the basis of 
approximately 30 percent of what each one had requested. Many of the re- 
cipients have written letters or notes of appreciation for this help in time of 
great need. 

3. There are still some great mission opportunities available to us in West Virginia, 
Togo and the European Baptist Convention. We encourage the churches of 
West Chowan to look carefully at these and see if you can involve some of your 
people in some of these special projects. 

The Seaboard Baptist Church sent a Mission Team of eight men to Moyock, 
NC. They spent a week helping in the construction of the Fellowship Baptist 
Church. They came back excited about doing volunteer missions. 

There may be others who have been involved this year. Please let the Mission 
chairman or the associational office know when you do a mission project, so that 
we can report it to the association. 

Lonnie Armstrong, Chairman 

Evangelism Report 

We are told that only three percent of all the lost people come to our churches on 
their own. This means that 97 percent are out there without help, without hope, 
without strength. These people will die and go to hell unless we go to where they are 
and share Jesus Christ with them. It is absolutely imperative that our church people 
come out the beautiful church buildings into the market place and share wth lost 
humanity the "Good News" of Jesus. 

All Baptist are urged to participated in the "Good News America God Loves You" 
revival in March and April 1986. The suggested dates for the eastern area is March 9- 
16, 1986. 

Churches are urged to use 1985 as a year of preparation for the "Good News 
America" revivals. Churches are urged to have lay evangelism training in prepara- 
tion for the revivals. Bible distribution and a people search will be emphasized 
during October 1985. Greater success in the "Good News America" revivals will be 
achieved if we prepare early and intensively. 

With baptisms down this year, let's pray God will use each of us to win one in 1984- 
85. 



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Jack Mace, Chairman 



Sunday School Report 



Our 1983-84 year got off to a good start with High Attendance Day in the Sunday 
Schools being observed October 30 through our Sunday Schools. All 60 churches 
reported for a total attendance in Sunday School on October 30 of 5,467. 

On January 30 and 31 we held our Sunday School Understanding Clinics at Ross 
Baptist Church, Murfreesboro Baptist Church, and Seaboard Baptist Church. There 
were 175 persons attending, representing 32 churches. Four of us attended the 
"SEND I YOU" Clinics held in Kinston. 

There has been much planning put into Sunday School Enlargement Campaign 
scheduled for March 16-24, 1985. The presentation meeting will be held October 29 
at Meherrin Baptist Church at 6:30 p.m. Pastors and wives, S.S. directors and wives, 
and deacon chairmen and wives are urged to attend this meeting. Each church 
should pay $1.00 for each one of these attending. Preparation Meeting Number 1 
will be held November 8 at 7:00 p.m. at Askewville Baptist Church. Preparation 
Meeting Number 2 will be held January 10, 7:00 p.m. at Aulander Baptist Church. 
Preparation Meeting Number 3 will be held at Meherrin Baptist Church on 
February 28 at 7:00 p.m. Thank you for your cooperation this year in the Sunday 
School work. 

James E. Hester 

Church Training Report 

A Youth Rally was held this year at Mt. Tabor Baptist Church with very good at- 
tendance. A group called the Wings of Faith from Durham, North Carolina led this 
event. 

The BIG event this year was the Bible Drill held at Galatia Baptist Church April 
17. Winton Baptist Church and Galatia Baptist Church had a good group present. 
Leaders for the association were: Mrs. Bonnie Blowe for the children and Rev. Gene 
Asbill for the youth. 

I want to thank Galatia Baptist Church and Mt. Tabor Baptist Church for 
opening their churches to us. 

There is a great need for Church Training in our church life and we also need to 
have more churches to have Bible Drills in their churches. 

A big thank you to all who have helped me this past year. 

Richard Cooke, CT Director 

Brotherhood Report 

The Brotherhood is still striving to become a stronger force among the churches of 
the West Chowan Association. The year's activities included cooperating with the 
WMU in the Odum Prison project at Christmas. The Brotherhood of the Union 
Church delivered the items to the prison. According to the plan to rotate the task 
among the three counties in the association, this year it will be the responsibility of 
one of the Northampton County churches. 

Under the direction of Rev. Garry Mickey, RA director, the Brotherhood spon- 
sored one of our most successful RA track meets in recent years. Eight churches par- 
ticipated in the meet, involving approximately 100 boys. Many Baptist Men and RA 
counselors volunteered their time and effort in helping with the meet which was held 
at the Ahoskie High School track field. 



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Two leadership training sessions were held during the year, one at Ross and one at 
Creech Memorial. Approximately 60 leaders of Baptist Men and RA's attended these 
sessions. 

There are still many churches that do not have active Baptist Men's or RA groups. 
Let's meet the challenge to have both organizations functioning in each of our 60 
churches in the very near future. 

Ray Kornegay, Brotherhood Director 

Music Report 

The Church Music Department divides the state into several regions. Chowan 
Association and our association comprise a region. Don Gober is our regional music 
director. Mrs. Bonnie Brothers is director of music for Chowan Association. Don, 
Bonnie, and I attended Key Leadership Conference at Ridgecrest this year. We also 
met together on several occasions to discuss needs and make plans for future events. 
Much can be accomplished if both associations will work together. Help is available 
for all phases of church music. Let your needs be known and participate in oppor- 
tunities when they arise. 

Keith White 

Woman's Missionary Union Report 

WMU in West Chowan Association was very active in 1983-84. Many of our 
associational leaders were called on to teach missions and work in missions across our 
state and as far as New Mexico. Please pray for our leadership as they respond to 
these mission calls. 

Our annual meeting was held in Conway Baptist Church with Mrs. Christine 
Gregory as guest speaker. Two pastors and wives gave their testimonies. It was an in- 
spirational as well as informative meeting. 

A Mission Action Workshop was held at Galatia and again this year WMU across 
the association responded to the call for articles for the Christmas bags for Odum 
Prison. 

Our foreign mission study was on "Entering New Countries" and the Week of 
Prayer theme was "Because He First Loved Us." 

"Missions, U.S.A." was the home mission study and the theme for that week was 
"New Visions, New Frontiers." 

There was much planning and training by the associational WMU council in 
preparation for the Leadership Conferences in September. Ahoskie First and Con- 
naritsa were the sites for these conferences and there were approximately 330 atten- 
ding. 

Mission Friends had an Activity Workshop, a Leaders Fellowship Supper at Creech 
Memorial that was well attended and an "At Home By the Phone" day when anyone 
could call and ask questions about any phase of Mission Friends work. 

GA had a Fund Day Study course at Mt. Tabor, an overnight G.Ativity at Galatia 
as well as their Day Camp at Chowan for grades 1, 2, and 3 and their Mini Camp for 
grades 4, 5, and 6. Each event was well attended with excited girls and leaders. 

Acteens started off the year with a handbook study and on to their International 
Tea in December. It was exciting to see these foreign students receive a Bible along 
with their other gifts. 

They had an Acteen Father-Daughter Banquet in Aulander and in January a 
leader manual study. 



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There were 14 Acteens from our association who attended the National Acteens 
Convention in Texas, a real growth experience for them. 

BYW had a manual study for the young women. Union was the site for their wit- 
nessing workshop in January, and the BYW banquet, held at Creech Memorial, had 
as its theme "Volunteer Missions." 

Young Baptist Women had an inspirational meeting and banquet at Union. 

Baptist Women held three "Celebrations of the Bible" meetings across the 
association - one in each county. Their Home Mission Gala was held in Lewiston 
with quite a large attendance. A large quantity of food was brought for a mission in 
Norfolk. 

Baptist Women's World Day of Prayer was observed in November. 
Please be much in prayer for us as we launch an effort to see WMU grow both 
spiritually and numerically. Help us keep missions in the heart of the churches! 

Corene Harris, 1983-84 WMU Director 



Associational Treasurer's Report 

October 1, 1983 to October 1, 1984 



Balance on hand October 1, 1983 

Received: 

1. From churches for general fund: 

Ahoskie 2,950.01 

Ashleys Grove 1,022.92 

Askewville 1,500.00 

Aulander 1,220.00 

Bethany 976.10 

Bethel 320.00 

Bethlehem 

Brantleys Grove 250.00 

Buckhorn 600.00 

Capeharts 841.07 

Cashie 3,570.86 

Center Grove 675.01 

Christian Harbor 400.00 

Colerain 950.00 

Connaritsa 300.00 

Conway 2,704.00 

Creech Memorial 1,560.00 

Creeksville 240.00 

Earlys 300.00 

Edgewood 240.00 

Elam 1,047.24 

Elm Grove 1,100.00 

Galatia 1,900.00 

Greens Cross 1,050,56 

Harrellsville 750.00 

Hebron 25.00 

Holly Grove 100.00 

Holly Springs 152.00 

Hortons 60.00 

Jackson 541.58 

Kelford 



$ 6,703.64 



Lasker 250.00 

Lawrence 215.47 

Lewiston 350.00 

Margarettsville 161.68 

Mars Hill 579.11 

Meherrin 1,474.02 

Menola 200.00 

Merry Hill 125.00 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Tabor 817.24 

Murfreesboro 1,125.00 

Oak Grove 100.00 

Pleasant Grove 1,205.28 

Potecasi 360.00 

Powellsville 953.12 

Republican 75.00 

Rich Square 559.61 

Riverside 350.00 

Roberts Chapel 400.00 

Ross 500.00 

St. Johns 350.00 

Sandy Run 456.00 

Seaboard 399.96 

Severn 450.00 

Siloam 180.00 

Union 1,098.50 

Wakelon 100.00 

Winton 1,500.00 

Woodland 1,566.00 

TOTAL $43,447.34 



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2. Other Receipts: 

For W. VA project 336.05 

For Minutes 30.00 

For Pulpit Supply 285.00 



Sales Tax Refund 92.85 

Interest Checking 352.17 

For Tornado Victims 50,000.00 

TOTAL $51,096.07 



Total Received from all sources 

Total Received plus Balance on hand October 1, 1983 



$ 94,543.41 
$101,247.05 



Paid Out: 

Salary, Director 11,429.07 

Travel 2,544.00 

House Rent 1,800.00 

Home Utilities 1,430.10 

Secretary 4,110.50 

Office Rent 1,200.00 

Office Utilities 1,222.21 

Office Supplies 3,059.48 

SBC Annuity Bd 4,348.96 

Clerk 200.00 

Clerk, Expense 50.00 

Treasurer 200.00 

Minutes 718.00 



Sunday School 574.44 

Church Training 253.31 

Brotherhood 252.54 

Evangelism 1,000.00 

Convention Expense 750.00 

Annual Session 505.00 

Christmas 400.00 

Savings 10,348.54 

Key Leadership Conf 312.10 

FICA (Secretary) 626.75 

Withholding Tax 412.04 

Tornado 50,000.00 

TOTAL PAID OUT $ 97,747.05 



Balance on hand October 1, 1984 

SAVINGS FOR ASSOCIATIONAL OFFICE CENTER 

On hand first of year $ 

Deposited 

Interest earned 

TOTAL 

Paid Out 

On hand October 1, 1984 



3,500.00 



4,297.56 
11,098.12 
548.02 
$ 16,944.12 



$ 16,944.12 



1984-85 Proposed Associational Budget 



Budget Item 1984-1985 
I. Associational Director: 

1. Salary $12,000.00 

2. House Rent 1,800.00 

3. Utilities 1,500.00 
II. Office: 

4. Rent 1,200.00 

5. Utilities 1,200.00 

6. Supplies 3,000.00 

7. Secretary 4,800.00 

8. FICA (Secretary) 338.40 

III. Organizations: 

9. Sunday School 1,500.00 

10. Church Training 500.00 

1 1 . Brotherhood/RA 450.00 

12. Music 100,00 

IV. Minutes: 

13. Printing 725.00 

14. Clerk Honorarium 200.00 

15. Clerk's expense 50.00 

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V. General: 



16. Director's Travel 


2,544.00 


17. Treasurer 


200.00 


18. Evangelism 


1,000.00 


19. SBC Annuity Board 


5,082.00 


20. Convention Expense 


750.00 


21. Annual Session 


300.00 


22. Key Leader 


300.00 


23. Christmas, Director 


250.00 


24. Christmas, Secretary 


150.00 


25. Seminary Extension Committee 


50.00 


26. Library Committee 


50.00 


27. Mission Committee 


500.00 


28. Office Equipment 


1,000.00 


29. Miscellaneous 


100.00 


30. Associational Office Savings 


See below 


$41,639.40 


31. Future Development Savings* 


*12,000.00 




$53,639.40 



The committee recommends that this $12,000.00 savings for a future associational 
office be deposited in savings $1,000.00 each month if it does not bring the balance on 
hand at the end of the month below $3,000.00. 

Also, that each church be encouraged to accept a goal of at least three percent (of 
undesignated budget offerings) for associational missions. 

The treasurers are encouraged to send contributions to the association at least 
quarterly, preferably monthly. 




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The History of Riverside Baptist Church 





RIVERSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH 




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The Riverside Baptist Church was organized on Saturday afternoon, September 
13, 1913. This meeting was held in the Mizelle Schoolhouse across the road from 
where the church now stands. Rev. S.B. Barnes was elected chairman of the presby- 
tery and Rev. J.O. Alderman was elected clerk. Letters were read from brethren and 
sisters who proposed to organize a church. They were from Capeharts Baptist 
Church, Bethany Baptist Church, and Colerain Baptist Church. The new church 
was named Riverside. 

Rev. Alderman was called to serve as pastor for the remainder of that year. Rev. 
S.B. Barnes was called as pastor beginning January 1, 1914. During his pastorate the 
main auditorium was constructed on a corporative basis. The members cut and 
hauled the logs, doing a good part of the carpenter work, thus not requiring much 
cash. 

In 1919 Riverside joined with Ross, Greens Cross, and Bethany to form a church 
field. These four churches remained a field until Riverside withdrew. October 11, 
1930, Riverside withdrew from the other churches to form a new field with Colerain. 

February 1, 1944, Rev. A. P. Mustian was called as pastor. During his pastorate, 
the church came into possession of one-third interest of the J.T. Newbern estate, to 
be utilized for improvement of the church and grounds. The greater part of these 
funds were used to insulate the walls, install a heating system, and re-floor the 
church building. The balance was later utilized on the parsonage. 

The Riverside School building and grounds were purchased from the board of 
county commissioners on November 7, 1948, by W.R. Lawrence and presented to the 
church as a gift. The church proceeded with the construction of the present par- 
sonage. 

On November 21, 1948 the church formed a field with Merry Hill Baptist Church. 
Rev. R.T. Greene was called as pastor. Under his ministry and leadership the church 
membership increased more than 100, with Sunday School and Training Union set- 
ting new records. 

In 1951 under the direction of Rev. Greene, Riverside sponsored a mission Sunday 
School which grew into Edge wood Baptist Church. During this time Riverside went 
full-time. 

Over the years a Family Night was started for the meetings of mission organiza- 
tions; the old Riverside School house was remodeled into a fellowship hall; a building 
fund was started and an annual Building Fund Day was to be observed. 

On November 10, 1963, Riverside celebrated its 50th anniversary with Home- 
coming and Building Day combined. At that meeting, Mr. W.R. Lawrence donated 
$5,000 to the building fund and promised $15,000 more. Mr. Lawrence died before 
he could fulfill his promise, but his widow, Mrs. Nola Lawrence, gave the balance to 
the church on February 11, 1966. 

Our building program was in full swing when Rev. C.E. Thomas was called as 
pastor in June 1966. He conducted the first service in the new building on January 8, 
1967, as we dedicated the new church to the service of our Lord. The old church 
building was sold and torn down. 

From November 1972 to January 1974, we were without a pastor. During this time 
Riverside ordained one of its members, Isaac Tim Mizelle, for full-time gospel 
ministry. 

Rev. Ron Richardson was called as pastor in January 1974. He organized a church 
council and helped free our church from debt. A not burning service was held on 
November 16, 1975. 

Our present pastor, Rev. Don Clinton, began his ministry June 25, 1978. Since his 
coming the church has done the following: installed a steeple on the church (1980), 
bought cushions for the pews (1982), and added a new wing housing three Sunday 
School rooms in a fellowship hall with a complete kitchen (1983), disposed of old 
Riverside Schoolhouse, bought two acres of land adjoining church property to 
enlarge the cemetery and to make a ball field, and bought a new piano for the sanc- 
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Update History of Creeksville Baptist Church 




This is an update, as the history of Creeksville Church was first presented in Oc- 
tober 1965. Creeksville Baptist Church was built in 1892. After most of the work was 
completed, the church was organized with Potecasi, Roberts. Chapel, Mt. Carmel, 
and Roanoke churches assisting. It was decided to name the church Creeksville. 

In 1965 at the annual meeting Rev. Reece was with us and later resigned. Dr. 
Franklin Lowe, Chowan College, supplied for us for 16 months. It was at this time 
that the church withdrew from the field with Lasker Church. 

In 1968, a bulletin board was installed in front of the church and the yard was 
landscaped with the top soil for the shrubs being furnished by W.R. Bishop, Han- 
som, Virginia. On November 1, 1968, Rev. Randolph Phillips accepted pastorate of 
this church. Since the original building committee had not been dismissed, the pastor 
and clerk drew up a resolution of dismissal with expressions of appreciation for ser- 
vices rendered. At this time sand was put on the parking lot. The sand did not prove 
successful so the church body decided to pour asphalt on the entire parking lot. 

July 1969 a cemetery committee was appointed to serve three to five years. The bap- 
tism pool was cleaned out and rust proof paint applied. During this time we observed 
Christian Home Week and on Sunday morning with a candle light service, three sets 
of parents dedicated their babies and themselves. In October, Creeksville, Horton's, 
and Rich Square churches served the meal for the annual meeting. During this year 
a night light was installed in the parking lot. 

In 1970 we purchased a water heater for the kitchen and a heater for the baptistry. 
The church roll was revised. In July we installed air conditioning in the sanctuary. 
In the latter part of the year it was decided to install locks on the church doors. 

We participated in the World Missions School in 1971. In the spring, carpet was 
installed in the educational building and equipment was purchased for the nursery. 
One of the highlights for the youth was a church sponsored trip to attend the Duke/ 
West Virginia football game. The ladies' class took the responsibility to equip the 
church kitchen with flatware. 

In 1973-74 a vacuum cleaner with shampooer was purchased. Draperies were ad- 
ded to the windows of the education building adult assembly. Folding doors were ad- 
ded to the classrooms at the back of the auditorium. 

The following year additional land on the west side of the church was purchased. 
A tape recorder and urns for the flower stands were also purchased. The church kit- 
chen was enlarged and renovated. 

In 1977 a parsonage was purchased. In February 1977 Rev. Phillips resigned due 
to ill health. In June Rev. John Parker accepted interim pastor. During the fall a 
church directory was made. 

In the summer of 1978 a youth building was built and named the Fellowship Hall. 

The parking lot was marked off in 1979. A homecoming was held in May. A 
dedication service and laying of cornerstone was held. We began furnishing the 
Fellowship Hall. Tile was installed in the church cemetery. 

The parsonage debt was paid off in 1980. The old plaque of veterans of the church 
was restored and placed in the Fellowship Hall. On November 26, 1980 the debt was 
retired on the Fellowship Hall and after the Thanksgiving service a note burning 
service was held. 

The highlights of 1981 were a GA Banquet and four of our GA's were asked to be 
pages at the annual WMU meeting at Galatia. In December a heater was installed in 
the fireplace in the Fellowship Hall. 

In 1982 heat and air conditioning were installed. In the summer air conditioning 
was in the second floor of the education building of the church. During 1982 the 
church voted to install a sound system and plexi-glass windows in the church. A 
chimney with hearth and mantle was installed in the parsonage. 

During 1983 a driveway was made around the Fellowship Hall. Pictures of past 



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pastors of the church were placed in the hallway. A historical showcase was placed in 
the Fellowship Hall for historical items. 

In 1984 we installed new floor covering in the kitchen, den, bath, and utility 
rooms at the parsonage. Recreational equipment has been provided for the youth and 
children of the church. A carport is being added to the parsonage at this time. Our 
current pastor is Dr. Charles C. Harris who came to us September 1, 1984. 

Ola Mae Barrett 

Bertie Union Meeting 

On Friday, April 27, 1984, the Bertie Union held its annual meeting with Bethel 
Baptist Church. A musical prelude was rendered by Mrs. Arba Godwin. William 
Lawrence, moderator, called the meeting to order. Mrs. John Parker led the congre- 
gation in singing "Savior Like a Shepherd Lead Us." Thomas Edwards, host pastor, 
read Acts 4:23 and led in prayer. He extended a very cordial welcome. Mr. William 
Futrell gave the response. 

Mr. Lawrence announced the theme for the day "Equipping the Saints." Rev. Ed 
Westbury, Severn, brough a message on "For Christian Growth." There was a short 
business session and announcements were made. Mrs. Parker led the singing of 
"Take Time to be Holy." Rev. Richard Cooke, Mt. Tabor, sang two songs. Rev. 
Larry Bradley, Ashleys Grove, brought an inspiring message on "For Christian 
Living." After the singing of the hymn "Living for Jesus," Mr. Edwards pronounced 
the benediction. A delicious lunch was served by Bethel and Sandy Run churches. 

In the afternoon, Mrs. Parker led in the singing of "Amazing Grace." Rev. Hutch- 
macher, Sandy Run, read Acts 2:37 and led in prayer. Cecil Harkey, Bethany, sang 
"Praise the Lord." Mr. Edwards read the history of Bethel Church. During the 
business session the following officers were elected: 



Moderator William Lawrence, Buckhorn 

Vice Moderator William Futrell, Rich Square 

Secretary Mrs. Grady Bridgers, Creeksville 

Music Leader Mrs. John Parker, Rich Square 

Pianist Mrs. Arba Godwin, Center Grove 



We sang the hymn "Wherever He Leads." Rev. Shelby Stephens, Colerain, 
brought a message on "For Ministry and Service." 

After singing "God Be With You," Lemar Wheeler, Woodland, dismissed with 
prayer. 

Mrs. J. Grady Bridgers, Secretary 

Associational Missions 

After last year's momentous 100th anniversary celebration, 1983-84 could have 
been anti-climactic. But it was not. As the various reports have indicated, it was 
another good year, with notable accomplishments in the various areas of work. 

As for my own schedule, it was the busiest of the 10 years that I have been in the 
West Chowan Association. The work continues to grow. There have been more calls 
for help, more opportunities to serve in the churches than ever before. I am deeply 
grateful for every call to serve in any way. 

As appreciative as we are for the past, we cannot dwell there. Someone has said that 
the past is like a canceled check (already spent and no longer of value); but today is 
cash in hand and tomorrow is a promissory note. Here is where the action is. 

There are several very important challenges before us these next two years: The 

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first is the Bold Mission 8.5 by '85 Sunday School Enlargement Campaign scheduled 
for March 16-24, 1985. 

1985 is the last year of the 8.5 by '85 Sunday School Outreach part of Bold Mission 
Thrust. As a part of this nationwide emphasis, our State S.S. Department is providing 
assistance to every association and church that will share in a director-led S.S. 
Enlargement Campaign. 

Several have asked the inevitable question: What will we get out of it? How will it 
help our church? I suggest nine reasion why every church should participate. 

1. Impress upon our people the need for an Outreach, Growth Mind-Set. If we are 
to reach the people of our area for whom we are responsible, such a growth mentality 
must be cultivated. 

2. Provide every participating church with a week of special, intensive S.S. 
Outreach emphasis. 

3. Help every participating church to secure as complete and up-to-date survey of 
the church community as possible. 

4. Arrange this survey into a practical, workable prospect file of both S.S. member- 
ship and prospects (total potential). 

5. Provide every participating church with a trained S.S. Enlargement specialist 
for a week to lead the church in the Enlargement emphasis. 

6. Help the Sunday School leaders to evaluate the work of the Sunday School, 
organization, procedures, etc. 

7. Help to develop plans and procedures to reach its total growth potential. 

8. Using the Growth Spiral, help S.S. leaders to adopt practical, workable plans for 
Outreach and calendar for reaching the goals set. 

9. Thoroughly acquaint the people with the basic principles of S.S. Growth, 
known as the Flake formula: F - find them; F - fix for them; F - fetch them; F - feed 
them - Reach, Teach, Win, Develop. 

The major emphasis for 1986 is the nationwide Good News America Simultaneous 
Revivals scheduled in our area March 9-16. It isn't too early to begin preparing for 
these revivals. The Enlargement Campaign is an ideal way to begin this preparation. 

Presented as information only, 
Henry Powell 

Historical Events 

AHOSKIE, FIRST: renovated and remodeled fellowship hall 

ASKEWVILLE: remodeled church sanctuary, including new pews and carpet; new 
pulpit and choir furniture; new chandeliers and lights; new drapes; and hung 
new doors 

CENTER GROVE: church honored Mrs. C.L. (Nettie) Overton on her 100th birth- 
day. A party was given for her at Pinewood Manor Rest Home 

COLERAIN: financial gift from Mrs. Elsie White estate; memorial dedication of a 
church van; memorial dedication of a candle lighter and snuffer; purchasing of 
property adjacent to the church property; painted and repaired the parsonage 
and re-landscaped its ground 

CONNARITSA: new wood installed for church; men's breakfast group organized; 
painted the picnic shelter 

CREEKSVILLE: called a full-time pastor; placed a cement slab to the front en- 
trance to the fellowship hall; new floor covering installed in the kitchen, den, 
bath and utility rooms at the parsonage; some fixtures placed in the fellowship 
hall 

EDGE WOOD: new storage building; senior adult ministry begun; new piano for 
church; new cushions added to the pews; new stove and new refrigerator for fel- 
lowship hall 



ELM GROVE: built a utility room on the fellowship building; built a water pump 
house 

HOLLY GROVE: celebrated 180th year of church September 23, 1984 

KELFORD: chandeliers installed in adult ladies' Sunday School class 

MENOLA: celebrated 75th anniversary with morning and afternoon services and 

dinner on the grounds 
PLEASANT GROVE: gutters purchased for church; three Sunday School rooms re- 
decorated 

POWELLSVILLE: installed electronic chimes; celebrated 75th anniversary of 

church September 30, 1984 
RIVERSIDE: new fellowship hall completed and dedicated January 1, 1984 
SEABOARD: started community missions effort - mission trip to Moyock, NC to aid 

in church construction 
WINTON: remodeled parsonage; added heat and air conditioning system to back of 

church 

WOODLAND: host to West Chowan Association Centennial Meeting; added one 
new Sunday School class 



Early Bird Clerks 

The following church clerks had their church letters into the association clerk by 
October 12 with a minimum of errors. The churches are listed in alphabetical order 
and not necessarily in the order the letters were received. 

CHURCH CLERK 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. CD. Wiggins, Jr. 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. James Vinson, Jr. 

Bethel Fenton Mayle 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Charlie Godwin 

Buckhorn William G. Lawrence 

Capeharts Mrs. Deborah Daniel 

Cashie Miss Janie Lee Hughes 

Christian Harbor Mrs. T.L. Norvelle 

Connaritsa Mrs. CD. Francis 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan 

Creech Memorial John Jernigan 

Creeksville Mrs. Leroy Barrett 

Earlys J.B. Early 

Elam Thad Harris 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton 

Green's Cross Mrs. George Harden 

Harrellsville R.C Mason, Jr. 

Holly Grove Miss Willie B. Bazemore 

Holly Springs Mrs. Sandra Hollowell 

Hortons Mrs. Charlie S. Powell 

Jackson Mrs. T.A. Stephenson 

Kelford Mrs. Beatrice Copeland 

Lasker Mrs. Wilson Askew 

Lawrence Mike Edwards 

Lewiston, First Mrs. Charles Vaughan 

Margarettsville Mrs. Helen Vick 

Meherrin Mrs. Elvin Parker 

Menola Mrs. Kate S. Barber 

Merry Hill Mrs. Dorothy P. Jackson 

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Mt. Tabor CM. King 

Oak Grove Mrs. Pearl Dunlow 

Ross Mrs. Elizabeth Bunch 

Seaboard Mrs. Tommy Fly the 

Severn Mrs. M.L. Tyler 

Siloam Clyde Anders 

St. John's Mrs. Garland Harrell 

Wakelon Floyd M. Perry 

Winton Gloria J. Thum 

Woodland Mrs. Valentine White 




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Historical Table 

MEETING 



YEAR 


PLACE 


MIJ JL? JLivA 1 UR 


ft van 




TEXT 


1950 


TT___. 11__ 

rial idisvuic, 


rv~F P ii 

uscar Vircecn 


ir. J. . VTontu 


j.m. x/uncan 


Matt. ^i. \ \ , 4o. 




Greens Crow 










1951 


Aulander, Buckhorn 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


E.G. Unchurch 


Eph. 6:10-18 


1952 


Conway, Cashie 


Oscar Creech 


jt . x ■ vvonni 


iL.o. Morgan 




1953 


Seaboard, Chowan 


a™, r* *- 

uscar vjrcccn 


jt * x . worreii 


Frank Robinson 


Isa. 54:2 




louege 










1954 


Mars tiiii, C4>ierain 


Herbert Jenkins 


Mrs. j esse r. vx>iston 


wayne dcott 


ivom. o. ijf-c5 


1955 


Rich Square, 


Herbert Jenkins 


ir. x . worreii 


vt.jt. Mime 


II Cor 8:7 


1956 


Tvoouiana 
Riverside, 


Merrill jcvans 


J AM T An rt 


Robert Johns 


Heb 12*3 




Ahoskie, First 










1957 


Ashley s orove, 


Mermi tvans 


J.M. Long 


Eugene Johns 


Acts 2 




Murfreesboro 










1958 


Meherrin, Chowan 


li. ooraon Maoorey 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


J.M. JLong 


Luke lu.i-/ 




•College, roweusvme 










1959 


Lewiston, Bethany 


i-i. ooroon Maoorey 


Mjcvi kjhhkiix f jr. 


xvuwi<iiiu a. jrrucnx: 


Inhn 17.1 «_9« 

jonn i i . l j—*.-? 


1960 


Conway, Rich Square 


w . i . dnanes 


XjCVI LvUJLLKin, jr. 


w . Isaac i. erreu 


£ph. 3:1-13 


1961 


Ahoskie, First, 


w . 1 . diaries 


xjCvi ijriniKin, jr. 


E. Earl Haynes 


Gal. 4:1-14 




Aulander 










1962 


Chowan College, 


jl. JLen weston 


K..E. Bryant 


John D. Davis 


matt. ^o.It-^u 














1963 


Vvoouiana, 


r*. Lcn weston 


K.E, Bryant 


B.J. Traywick 


aggai 1 




Center Grove 










1964 


Colerain, Galatia 


j-FT. w ,iv. .ranter 


ri.jL. uryant 


uoc tvoy vAmpDcu 


Ht\m 14-11 14 
IVfJIIl ■ 13.11-1? 


1965 


PrM>k<vi11<> Man Hill 


T T Walter Mnmp 
j.x>. tt alter iTimjBc 




Benme Pledger 


Phil. 1:21 


1966 


Cashie, Chowan 


miwiauu &• r rucne 


K F Rrvanr 


Hi. men TTCBHxin 


Acts 1:8 




College 










1967 


M urfreesboro, 


Row land Jrruette 


V 17 Rrvant 
1W*£<. Oi jalll 


Owyn Ir. duliivan 


Ps. 96:2 














1968 


Riverside, Meherrin 


C F TkAtnai 


L>. X ndu i It v a i it 


TT TWf Tatim 
X joncs 


Int,. 9ft. 10 

jonn £.d.lj 


1969 


C Qnr 1v Run 


C V Thnmat 
vcL. X UMJUUU 


L. Thad Prevacte 


Billy T. Mabley 


Eph. 4:4 




Rich Square 






George F. Turner 




1970 


Ahoskie, First, Cashie 


ivuaetcu juuiuhjii, j i . 


Li. x umi rrcvaiic 


Torn H. Gaulkins 












Herman T. Dilday 




1971 


Conway, Capeharts 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


rienry w . atougn 


Joe D. McLean 


i cor. i-o 










waiter jones 


Eph. 5:1-17 


1972 


Aulander, Lewiston 


Terry J. Jones 


rienry w . stougn 


ri.ij. uippeuge 


Heb. 9:22 










waiter r . niii 


Exo. 4:1-5 


1973 


Win ton , (Jonnantsa 


TT.Xv. XJOWI15 


nenrj tt . ^cougii 


Vincent Young 


Tam«a 1 • 1 8_97 

james l.io-^/ 










Tark H Mare 


Tohn 

jfinn o . jvji 


1974 


Greens Cross 


Robert B. Spivey 


Mrs. Walter S. Jones 


Joseph Polinski 


Col. 3 




Capeharts 






riaroia ivumieit 




1975 


co ic rain, riarreusviiie 


Robert B. Spivey 


Ronald Richardson 


i nn deuers 


judges v 










Ronald Richardson 




1976 


Mi i rfrrriWrn 

MunreesDoro 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Ronald Richardson 


Lonme K. Armstrong 


matt. £o:it-^i 










xi.n. Mcvouougn 




1977 


Galatia 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Mrs. Faye Scott 


Jack Byrd 






Brantley s Grove 






Delbert Burnett 




1978 


Rich Square, 


DODoy dross 


ivirs. rienry rowcu 


Larry Pittman 


Mt. 13:31-33 










u>eraia iviggs 




1979 


Koas, Mars tiiii 


Bobby Cross 


V# II.,, .. -i T>__ A .^11 

Mrs. Henry roweu 


Hubert Mizelle 


Mk. 4:35 










Kenneth Pittman 




1980 


Pleasant Grove, 


Robbie Parker 


Mrs. rienry Jroweu 


KoDcrt kj. wmte 






oemienem 






TW 1A7 Tk M JL .-i. 

lir. w.xi. Morris 




1981 


Severn, Jackson 


... n 

Robbie Parker 


Mrs. rienry rowcu 


Lemar wneeier 


Hosea 7:1-7 










j.x^i. Daggett 


N»h«mi<li 1.1 11 

rNenemian 1.1-11 


1982 


Creech Memorial, 


Lemar Wheeler 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Robbie Parker 


Numbers 32:1-7 




Earlys 






James Langford 


Luke 10:25-37 


1983 


Woodland, Cashie 


Lemar Wheeler 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Jerry Wallace 












Harold White 




1984 


Riverside, Creeksville 


William G. Lawrence 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


James Hester 


2 Cor. 4 










Mark Morris 


Neh. 1:3-5; 



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1985 Calendar 

West Chowan Baptist Association 

JANUARY 



5 Home Mission study teacher training 
BW Council 

6 YBW Council, 2:30, Winton 

7 West Chowan Ministers & Wives meet, 10:30 a.m. 
BYW Council, 7:30 

7- 1 1 January Bible Study Week 

10 2nd Preparation Mtg. for S.S. Enlargement Campaign, 7:30, Aulander 
1 1-12 Associational Church Training officers training, Caraway 

13 Witnessing Commitment Day (SBC) 

14 WMU Council, 7:30, Colerain 

15 Mission Friends Council 

GA Leaders Inspirational Time, Winton 
16-Mar. 31 Interpretation meetings for "Good News America" 1986 Revivals 
18-19 Lay Witness Meeting, Caraway 

20 BAPTIST MEN'S DAY (Brotherhood) 

2 1 WMU Directors meeting, 1 : 00 - 1 : 00 ; 7 : 00 - 9 : 00 

22 State Church Building/Planning meeting, Rocky Mount 
26 BYW Witness Training, Brantleys Grove 

28 Acteens Council, 7:00, Union 

FEBRUARY 

4- 5 State Evangelism Conference, Greensboro 

8- 9 State Medical Missions Conference, Caraway 
10-17 WMU Focus Week 

1 1 Area Doctrinal Study Teacher Training 

12 GA Leaders Inspirational Time 

14 YBW Valentine Fellowship, 7:30, Rich Square 

15-16 State Youth Handbell Festivals 

17 Baptist College, Seminary, Schools day (SBC) 

18 Acteen Home Mission Study, 7:00, Askewville 
18-21 Continuing Witness Training Seminar 
22-23 Adult Handbell Festivals 

22-24 High School Seniors Retreat, Caraway 

23 Acteen Come-Together (Jr. Hi) Meredith College 

25 State VBS Clinic (Assoc. VBS Workers) 

26 Activity workshop for Mission Friends, preschool workers, Cashie, 7-9 
28 3rd (and final) Preparation/Training meeting for S.S. Enlargement 

Campaign, 7:00, Meherrin 

MARCH 

1- 2 BYW Foreign Mission Board tour 

RA Basketball playoff 

RA Counselors Campcraft Training, Caraway 
2 WMU Council, 2:30 

3- 10 WMU Week of Prayer for Home Missions 

4 West Chowan Ministers and Wives, 10:30 a.m. 

4- 7 Continuing Witness Training (Evangelism) 
4- 8 Master Life Seminar (State Church Training) 

7 Missions Gala, 7:30 

8- 9 State Language Missions Conference, Caraway 

State Youth Choir/Instrumental Festival, Wake Forest University 



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9 Regional RA Basketball playoffs 

10 Home Missions Day in the Sunday School 

10- 17 Youth Week (SBC) 

1 1 Mission Action Council 
12 BYW Council, 7:30 

GA Inspirational Meet, Northampton County 

15- 16 State WMU Meeting, Winston-Salem 

16- 24 ASSOC. SUNDAY SCHOOL ENLARGEMENT CAMPAIGN 

18- 19 Regional Adult Choir Festivals 
22-23 State Pioneer RA Congress 

25 Associational Executive Committee, 6:30 

26 GA Planning Meeting 

29 Father/Daughter, Pastor Banquet, 6:30, Woodland 
APRIL 

1 West Chowan Ministers and Wives meet, 10:30 a.m. 

2 Annual Associational WMU meeting, Cashie 

6 BW Council, 2:30 

7 EASTER SUNDAY 

11- 13 Volunteer Youth Directors meet, Caraway 

12- 13 Seminar for Mission Volunteers, Caraway 

13 MF/BYW Retreat (East) 

14 YBW Council, 2:30 

15 WMU Directors meet, 10:00 - 1 :00; 7:00 - 9:00 

15 Executive Committee, 7:30, Associational Office 
15-18 Continuing Witness Training, Caraway 

16 MF Manual Study, Aulander 

19- 20 Younger Crusader RA LAD-DAD Overnight Camp, Camp Caraway 

Church Library/Media Conference, Caraway 
State Acteen Convention, Ridgecrest 

21 COOPERATIVE PROGRAM DAY (SBC) 

22-26 Baptist Doctrine Study Week (SBC Church Training) 

22 General Board Meeting, 7:30, First Baptist Church, Ahoskie 

22 BYW Banquet, 7:00, Murfreesboro 

Pastors' Seminar: "Pastoring Older Adults & Their Families," Kinston, 
First Baptist 

23 BW "How to Witness to Jehovah's Witness, " Creeksville, 7:00 to 9:00 
22-25 Disciple Youth Seminar, Caraway 

23 Pastors' Seminar: "Pastoring Older Adults and Their Families/' 
Durham, First Baptist 

25 Rural Urban Small Church Conference, West End Baptist Church, 

Williamston 

26-27 Crusader RA Overnight Camping, Ridgecrest 
Single Adult Evangelism Conference, Caraway 

26 ANNUAL BERTIE UNION MEETING, Oak Grove 
26-28 Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 

27 Associational RA Track Meet 

28 Life Commitment Day (SBC) 

29 Acteen Council, 7:00 

29 Assoc. VBS Clinic. 7:00 - 9:30 p.m., Orlando 
29-30 State Music Reading Clinics 

30 GA Planning meeting, 7:30, Meherrin 
MAY 

1- 3 Senior Adult Conference, Caraway 



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Churches of the 
West Chowan 
Baptist Association 



1 . Ahoskie - 7C 

2. Ashley's Grove - 6B 

3. Askewville - 7E 

4. Aulander - 6D 

5. Bethany -8D 

6. Bethel - 3B 

7. Bethlehem -8C 

8 Brantley's Grove - 7C 
9. Buckhorn - 7A 

10. Capeharts-8E 

11. Cashie-7F 

12. Center Grove -7D 

13. Christian Harbor - 8C 

14. Colerain - 8D 

15. Connaritsa - 6D 

16. Conway -5B 

17. Creech Memorial - 7C 

18. Creekville - 5B 

19. Earley's-6C 

20. Edgewood Chapel - 7E 

21. Elam-3B 

22. Elm Grove - 8D 

23. Galatia-5A 

24. Green's Cross -8E 

25. Harrellsville-8C 

26. Hebron - 6B 



27. Holly Grove -7D 

28. Holly Springs -7C 

29. Horton's - 6C 

30. Jackson - 4B 

31. Kelford-5D 

32. Lasker - 5B 

33. Lawrence - 7F 

34. Lewiston - 5E 

35. Margarettsville - 4A 

36. Mars Hill - 8D 

37. Meherrin-6B 

38. Menola-6C 

39. Merry Hill - 8E 

40. Mount Carmel - 4B 

41. Mount Tabor -7B 

42. Murfreesboro - 6B 

43. Oak Grove -6C 

44. Pleasant Grove - 6C 

45. Potecasi-5B 

46. Powellsville - 7D 

47. Republican - 6E 

48. Rich Square - 5C 

49. Riverside - 8E 

50. Robert's Chapel - 5A 

51. Ross - 8E 

52. Sandy Run - 5D 



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1-Sept. 30 


Continuing emphasis on prayer for "Good News America" 1986 




Simultaneous Revivals 




People Search Preparation for 1986 Revivals 


3 


Eastern NC Youth Bible Drills and Speakers' Tournament, Clinton 


3- 4 


Crusader RA Overnight Camp, Caraway 


4 


State Children's Bible Drill, Clinton 


5 


Senior Adult Sunday (SBC) 


5-12 


Christian Home Week (SBC) 


6 


West Chowan Ministers and Wives meet, 10:30 


6- 9 


Continuing; Witness Training" (Evangelism) 


7 


YBW Banquet, Aulander 


10 


Area Youth Bible Drill and Speakers Tournament, Asheboro 


10-11 


YBW Retreat, Mundo Vista 


11 


State Children's Bible Drill, Asheboro, First Baptist 


13-15 


State Key Leader Conference, Ridgecrest 




Senior Adult Conference, Caraway 


15-17 


Senior Adult Conference, Caraway 


17-18 


State RA Track Meet 




Younger GA Mother /Daughter Overnight Camp, Chowan College 


17-19 


Statewide Retreat for Deaf, Caraway 




Interpreters (Deaf) Conference, Caraway 


19-26 


AEW (ASSOC. EMPHASIS WK.), Wk. of Prayer for Assoc. Missions 


19 


Baptist Radio/TV Sunday (SBC) 


20 


WMU Council, 7:30 


20-22 


PLANNED GROWTH IN GIVING Conference, Chowan College 


23-25 


PLANNED GROWTH IN GIVING Conference, Chowan College 


25 


Acteen Come-Together (Jr. Hi), Gardner- Webb College 




State Youth Bible Drill and Speakers Tournament, Asheboro 1st Baptist 


31 


Mission Friends Leader/BYW Retreat, Mundo Vista 


JUNE 




2 


Religious Liberty Sunday (SBC) 


3 


West Chowan Ministers and Wives, 10:30 


4-14 


WMU Missions Bus tour 


7- 8 


Correctional Ministries Conference, Caraway (Brotherhood) 


8- 9 


State RA Counselors Canoe Trip 


9-10 


SBC Pre-Convention meetings: WMU, Pastors' Conference, DOM, etc. 


11-13 


Southern Baptist Convention, Dallas, Texas 


17 


Camp Mundo Vista and Camp Caraway begin summer programs 




Mission Action Council, 7:30 


21-23 


Couples in Missions Retreat, Caraway 


23 


SBC Annuity Board Sunday (SBC) 


24 


Acteen Council, 7:30 




BYW Council, 7:30 


24-26 


GA Camp, Chowan College 


29 


BW Council, 2:30 


30 


Christian Citizenship Sunday (SBC) 




Christian High Adventure (State RA) begins 


JULY 




1- 5 


Week of Christian Fellowship and Study, Mars Hill College 


2 


Mission Friends Council, 7:00 


7 


YBW Council, 2:30, Winton 


8 


West Chowan Ministers and Wives, 10:30 a.m. 


8 


Executive Committee Meeting, 8:00 p.m., Associational Office 


8-12 


Children's Choir Camp, Mars Hill 




Wake Forest University's Pastors' School 



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14 Christian Literature Day (SBC) 

15 WMU Directors meet, 10:00 - 1 :00; 7:00 - 9:00 

15 General Board, 8:00 p.m., First Baptist Church, Ahoskie 

15-18 Continuing Witness Training, Caraway 

19-20 Bi- Vocational Ministers' Retreat, Caraway 

29-31 State Ministers' Wives Retreat, Caraway 

30 BW "How to Witness to Jehovah's Witness, " (Hertford County) 7-9 

AUGUST 

1-2 Associational WMU Officers Training, Caraway 

4 Day of Prayer for World Peace 

5- 7 S.S. Mini Conference, Caraway 
8-10 State S.S. Mini Week, Caraway 

1 1 Language Missions Day (State SBC) 

13 GA Christmas in August, Winton, 8:00 
17 YBW Prayer Retreat, 10:00 - 2:00 

18- 25 Church Music Week (SBC) 

19- 21 State Happiness Retreat, Caraway 

19 Music Methods/ Materials Clinic, Goldsboro 

19-22 Continuing Witness Training (Evangelism), Caraway 

24 Foreign Mission Study teacher training 

29- 31 State Church Training Mini Week Conference, Caraway 
SEPTEMBER 

1- 7 Brotherhood Leadership Week (SBC) 

6- 7 BYW Convention, Caswell 

State Youth Council Retreat, Caraway 

8 Single Adult Day (SBC) 

8- 15 Week of Prayer for State Missions 

9 Church Training Adult Workshop 

9- 12 Continuing Witness Training (Evangelism) 

9 West Chowan Ministers and Wives, 10:30 a.m. 

WMU Council, Galatia, 6:30 
10 Associational S.S. Leadership Night 

13-14 Eastern NC Deacons Retreat, Caswell 

GA Leaders Retreat, Mundo Vista 
State Volunteer Music Directors, Caraway 
State Youth Council meet, Caraway 

14 Region I Pastors Workshop, Memorial Baptist Church, Williamston 

15 Receiving of the NCMO (North Carolina Missions Offering) 

16 WMU Leadership Conference, 7:00 - 9:00 

17 WMU Leadership Conference, 7:00 - 9:00 
19 Area Bible Skills Rally 

19-21 NC Regional Conference on Prayer for Spiritual Awakening, Caraway 

23-25 Mission Friends Leader Training 

27-28 State S.S. Leadership Conference, Caraway 

27-29 RA Counselors Backpackers Training, Camp Caraway 

30- Oct. 1 Lay Evangelism School Leader Certification, Caraway 
OCTOBER 

1- 31 People Search for 1986 Revivals 

2- 4 Lay Evangelism Schools Leader Certification Training, Caraway 
4- 5 Associational Acteen Council Training, Mundo Vista 

Younger Crusader (grades 1-3) RA Lad/Dad Overnight Camp, Caraway 
Literacy Missions Workshop, Caraway 
4- 6 RA Counselors Campcraf t Training, Caraway 

7 West Chowan Ministers and Wives, 10:30 

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7-10 Continuing Witness Training, Caraway 

11-12 Assoc. Acteen Council Training, Ridgecrest 

BW Career Womans Retreat, Ridgecrest 
Crusader RA Overnight Camp, Camp Caraway 
Volunteer Music Directors Retreat, Caraway 
11-13 Family Camping Weekend, Camp Caraway 

14 Executive Committee, 7:30, Assoc! at ion a! Office 

14-16 State Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 

16- 18 State Senior Adult Retreat, Caraway 

18- 20 Family Camping Weekend, Camp Caraway 

19- 20 Pioneer RA Officers/Counselors Weekend, Caraway 

20- 26 Evangelistic Prospects Discovery, Good News Revivals 
21 Regional Evangelism Conference, Roanoke Rapids 

21 General Board, 7:30 p.m., First Baptist Church, Ahoskie 

22-23 Annual Associational Meeting 

25-26 Acteen Come-Together, Mars Hill College 

BYW Convention (West) 
Family Camping Weekend, Camp Caraway 
NOVEMBER 
3-10 RA Focus Week 

4 West Chowan Ministers and Wives, 10:30 

9-10 NC Baptist Mens Convention, Charlotte 

1 1-13 NC Baptist State Convention, Charlotte 

17 American Bible Society Day (SBC) 

17- 20 Foreign Mission Study 

18- 21 Continuing Witness Training (Evangelism) 

23 Regional Pastor - Sunday School Director Workshop, Siloam Baptist 

Church 

25 Associational M-Night Mass Meeting (Church Training) 

DECEMBER 

1- 8 WMU Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions 

2 West Chowan Ministers and Wives, 10:30 

8 Foreign Mission Day in the Sunday School 

12 Associational Executive Committee, 7:30, Associational Office 

16 Associational General Board, 7:30, Ahoskie 

25 CHRISTMAS DAY 

27 Pioneer RA Overseas Work Project 



Summer Assemblies & Camps 

CAMP CARAWAY 



June 17 - August 17 



June 17 -July 12 

July 15-17; 17-19; 22-24 

July 24-26 

July 29 - August 2 

August 5-16 



June 10-15 
17-22 
24-29 



CAMP MUNDO VISTA 



NC BAPTIST ASSEMBLY 



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All RA's 



GA Camps 

. . . GA Mini Camp 
Acteen Mini Camp 

Acteen Camp 

GA Camps 



Church Fellowship Week I 

Youth Conference I 

. . . Children's Choir Camp 



July 1-6 Youth Evangelism Week 

8-13 World Missions Week 

15-20 Youth Conference II 

22-27 Youth/ Adult Music Week 

29-Aug. 3 Youth Conference III 

Aug. 5-10 Youth Conference IV 

12- 17 Church Fellowship Week 

RIDGECREST 

June 1- 7 Church Recreation 

7-13 Youth Conference 

13- 19; 19-25 Music Leadership 

25- July 1 Foreign Missions 

July 1-7 Bible/Preaching Week 

7-13 Church Training 

13-19; 19-25; 25-31; 31-Aug. 6 Sunday School Leadership 

August 6-12 Home Missions 

12-18 BSU Week 

18-24 WMU 





GOOD NEWS AMERICA, 
GOD LOVES YOU. 

Simultaneous Revivals 

March 9-23, 1986 



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In Memoriam 



AHOSKIE 
Marshall Hughes 
Mrs. Earl Capps 
Oba Williford 
Mrs. A.W. Myers 
Mrs. Tommy Parker 
Dan P. Boyette, Sr. 
Mrs. T.G. Whedbee 
Lloyd Howerton 
Mrs. M.O. Gerrock 
C.E. Robe r son 
Mrs. F.C. Earley 
H.D. Pittman 
Mrs. R.J. Britton 
Mrs. R.J. McMullen 
H.E. Newbern, Jr. 
Walter L. Curtis, Jr. 
Mrs. Virgie Wilson 
Mrs. J. Clarence Earley 
Mrs. Cecil Barnes 
Mrs. R.B. Skinner 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 
Mrs. Mary Edwards 
Clyde Revelle 
Mrs. Mae Mobley 
Wilbur Futrell 

ASKEWVILLE 
Mrs. Tessie Castelloe 
Mrs. Rachel Mitchell 
Mrs. Gracie Cobb 
Enoch Hoggard 
Glenn Harden 
Grover Jernigan 
Donald A. Castelloe 

AULANDER 
Mrs. Josie Britton 
Mrs. Jessie Mae Cooke 
Mrs. Brunice J. Marsh 
Bennie F. Hoggard 
Mrs. Annie Bradley 
Mrs. Belle Burden 

BETHANY 
A.C. Perry 
Elwood Perry 
Kenneth Newbern 
Mrs. Elsie White 



BETHEL 
Mrs. Barbara J. Meadows 
Jimmy Faison 
Mrs. R.A. Daniel, 
charter member 

BETHLEHEM 
Curtis Wiggins 

BRANTLEY'S GROVE 
Mrs. Ledie Brinkley 

BUCKHORN 
Mrs. A.E. Archer 
Marvin Edwards 
Mrs. Deloris Griffith 
Randolph Whitley 
John Phipps, Sr. 

CAPEHARTS 
Mrs. Sue Britt 

CASHIE 
Miss Mildred Lyon 
Willie Gregory 
Mrs. Willie E. Chamblee 

CENTER GROVE 
Mrs. Beulah S. Earley 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
Mrs. Maxie Cale 
Ralph Askew 

COLERAIN 
Mrs. Bessie Pierce 
Edward B. Morris 
Lee S. Newsome, deacon 
Mrs. Ruby Hill 
Mrs. Ruby P. Bunch 

CONNARITSA 
Mrs. Rubell Todd 
Lloyd Lane 
Mrs. Elsie McCaskey 
George D. Jernigan, 
deacon 

CONWAY 
Clyde Vann 
Mrs. Mildred Duke 
Paul S. Sykes 
Wiley Sumner 
Mrs. Winnie Hedspeth 
Mrs. Bessie Odom 



CREECH MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Naomi Hughes 
T.J. Casper 

EARLYS 
Mrs. Lula H. Nichols 
Mrs. Minnie E. Evans 

EDGEWOOD 
Mrs. Lessie Williford 
B.B. Williford, deacon 

ELAM 
William Howell, deacon 
Jake Webb, deacon 
Mrs. Lillian B. 

Davenport 
Mrs. Esther W. Cooke 

ELM GROVE 
Cecil Mizelle, deacon 
Jessie Hoggard 
William Hoggard 
Paul Myers 

GALATIA 
Mrs. Maggie D. Barnes 
Mrs. Vida Wills 
Mrs. Una Whelan 
Mrs. Ann Hasty Anderson 
J.L. Taylor 
Mrs. Dorothy Edwards 

GREEN'S CROSS 
Dan Castellow 
Dwight Cobb 
George Lawrence 
Mrs. Leona Thomas 
Mrs. Rena Trevation 
Mrs. Elsie White 

HARRELLSVILLE 
L.M. Hollowma, deacon 
Mrs. A.L. Rountree 

HOLLY GROVE 
Mrs. Nannie D. Todd 
Leamon Narron 

HOLLY SPRINGS 
Ms. Edna Peele 



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KELFORD 
Mrs. Netty Curley 
Emmett Joyner 
Malcom Browne 
Mrs. Mary Browne 
Mrs. Nell Sawyer 
Mrs. Ethel Joyner 

LASKER 
Mrs. Annie Colston 
Charles Bailey 
Mrs. Mahala Davis 
Elie Grant 
Joseph Wheeler 

LAWRENCE 
Clyde Hardem 
Mrs. Essie Oder 

LEWISTON- 
WOODVILLE, 1ST 

G.C. Butler, deacon 

Cecil A. Parker, Jr. 

J.H. Jernigan 

Wayne Lassiter 

MARGARETTSVILLE 
Mrs. Hazel Garris 
L.B. Woodard 
R.G. Piland, chairman 
of deacons 

MARS HILL 
Mrs. Blanche Hughson 
Mrs. Verdie Milder 

MEHERRIN 
Mrs. Pattie Warren 
Mrs. Jasper Vinson 
Mrs. Claudine 

Underwood 
Thomas Dula 
Joseph Liverman 

MENOLA 
Robert Blowe 
W.W. Northcott 



MERRY HILL 
Gilbert Layton, deacon 
Mrs. Pearl Hughes 
A.J. Lawrence 

MT. CARMEL 
Wayland Ricks 

MURFREESBORO 
James Stephenson 
Robert Futrell 
Mrs. Roy May Long 
Miss Janie Revelle 
Mrs. Marion Reed 

OAK GROVE 
Mrs. Dorothy J. Lassiter 

PLEASANT GROVE 
Mrs. Annie Cooke 

POTECASI 
P.T. Barnes 
Wilbur Bridgers 
Mrs. Bessie Dunn 
Mrs. Rene Jenkins 

POWELLSVILLE 
Charlie Oakley, Jr. 
Mrs. Nannie Elizabeth 
Young 
Mrs. Wyona Medford 
Edgar Herring 
Morton Rayler 

REPUBLICAN 
Lindsey White 

RICH SQUARE 
Mrs. Alma Rcbbins 
Mrs. Sara Baugham 
Wilson Robbins 
Mrs. Robert Whitley 

RIVERSIDE 
Mrs. Edith Byrum 
Mrs. Dellie Dunlow 
Jessie Mizell 
Lellie Hughes 



ROSS 
Walter Miller 
Arthur Mitchell 

SANDY RUN 
Mrs. Minnie Burkett 
Mrs. Mabelle Outlaw 

SEABOARD 
J. Burgess Stephenson 
Mrs. M.R. Howell, Sr. 
Mrs. Grady Howell 
Mrs. Clyde Vinson 

SEVERN 
Miss Elma Lewter 
Miss Betty S. Howell 
Mrs. Ed Ferguson 
R.C. Ricks 
Mrs. K.E. Stokes, 
organist 

SILOAM 
Charles Korchek 

ST. JOHN'S 
Robert Beale, deacon 

UNION 
J.L. Darden, Sr. 
Mrs. Bessie Wynn 

WAKELON 
Mrs. J.E. Daniels 

WINTON 
Mrs. Amerette Moseley 
J. Thomas Piland 
Jessie R. Gardner 

WOODLAND 
Mrs. Nora B. Copeland 
Mrs. Maggie Barmer 
Mrs. Pearl B. Cox 
Mrs. Julia B. Williams 
Mrs. Mary Ella C. Parker 
Paul Sykes 
L.M. Stanley 



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Church Directory 



Ordained Ministers 

(other than pastors) 



Ahoskie, First Francis Cordrey, Rt. 2 Box 45A, Ahoskie 27910 

Edwin Dacus, 614 W. First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Cashie Harvey Johnson, 202 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Creech Memorial Henry Powell, Box 215, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Nickie Martin, Box 265, Conway 27820 

Murfreesboro Hargus Taylor, 101 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 



Rowland S. Pruette, 108 Dogwood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
B. Franklin Lowe, 502 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 



Bruce E. Whitaker, Pine Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Phillip Royce, 209 Holly Hill Rd., Murfreesboro 27855 
Clifton Collins, Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 
Earl Parker, 109 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Charles Paul, 625 Woodland Dr., Mufreesboro 27855 
Powellsville Daniel M. Spell, Rt. 1 Box 166, Ahoskie 27910 

Assistant Pastor 

Ahoskie, First Paul J. Harrell, Rt. 3 Box 251 F, Edenton 27932 

Minister of Youth 

Ahoskie, First Don Gober, Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Libby Tilson, College St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Organist or Pianist 

Ahoskie, First William R. Raynor, 910 W. Church St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Franklin Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 206, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mrs. Robert L. Jernigan, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mrs. Sylvia Vaughan, Rt. 1 Box 155, Enfield 27823 

Bethany Mrs. Rodney Lee, Rt. 2 Box 167, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Linda Hasty, Rt. 1 Box 82, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem John R. Moore, Rt. 4 Box 100, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. June White, Rt. 3 Box 194^/ 2 , Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. Howard K. Taylor, Box 38, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Sue Doris White, Rt. 2 Box 173, Colerain 27924 

Cashie Mrs. Tom Brooks, 1003 Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mrs. Arba Godwin, Rt. 1 Box 56, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. T.L. Griffin, Rt. 1 Box 92, Cofield 27922 

Colerain Mrs. Don Craft, 516 N. Pembroke, Ahoskie 27910 

Connaritsa Mrs. C.E. Baker, Box 57, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. J.A. Fleetwood, Sr., Box 6, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mrs. Sonya Woodard, 909 N. Mitchell St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Judy Strickland, Rt. 2 Box 399, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mrs. W.D. Morris, Rt. 1 Box 111, Gates 27937 



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Edgewood Mrs. Diane Dunlow, 405 N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Elam Joey Davis, Rt. 1 Box 136, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mrs. Connie Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 296A, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Elliott Davis, Rt. 1 Box 59, Seaboard 27876 

Greens Cross Mrs. Mack Williams, 707 S. Queen St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Mary Lou Earley, Box 146, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Ruth Chitty, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mrs. Thomas E. Ruffin, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Mrs. Ann Young, Box 9, Winton 27986 

Hortons Mrs. J.E. Phelps, Rt. 2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mrs. Roy Biggerstaff, 604 Rapids St., Roanoke Rapids 27870 

Kelford Mrs. Marion Vick, Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Annlie Mae Wood, Rt. 2, Conway 27820 

Lawrence Mrs. Kay Barnacascel, Rt. 2 Box 454F, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Mrs. Robert E. Williford, Box 100, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. Brenda Glover, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Carrie D. Brown, Rt. 1 Box 373, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. Henry Miller, Rt. 1 Box 411, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Vernie Vinson, Rt. 1 Box 245, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. Carolyn Smith wick, Rt. 2 Box 469, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Mrs. Betty Long, Rt. 1 Box 28B, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. T.S. Benthall, Rt. 3 Box 55, Ahoskie 27910 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Ricky Perry, Rt. 1 Box 272A, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Miss Julia Best, Box 275, Rich Square 27869 

Powellsville Mrs. Julia C. Godwin, Rt. 3 Box 199, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Mrs. Rebecca Lilley, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Winston Hollingsworth, Quail Trail, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mrs. Lynette Finch, Rt. 1 Box 159, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Phyllis Mann, Rt. 1 Box 55, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Linda Harrell, Rt. 2 Box 222, Colerain 27983 

Sandy Run Bennie J. Reynolds, Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Miss Elizabeth Harris, Box 147, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. R.P. Watson, Box 7, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mrs. Wanda Speller, Rt. 3 Box 756, Williamston 27892 

St. Johns Mrs. Harvey Britton, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. Lawrence Sumner, Rt. 2 Box 74, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mrs. Kathy Ward, Academy St., Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. R.A. Newsome, Jr., Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Woodland Mrs. Dianne Clark, Box 112, Woodland 27897 

Pastors 

Ahoskie, First James E. Langford, Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove John Oliver, Rt. 1 Box 99, Conway 27820 

Askewville Freddie Harris, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Calvin W. Parker, Jr. (Robbie), Box 220, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Cecil Harkey, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 142A, Colerain 27924 

Bethel No Pastor 

Bethlehem Jerry Boyd, Rt. 4 Box 357, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantley's Grove James C. Ward, Rt. 3 Box 14-13, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Wayne Simpson, Box 67, Como 27818 

Capeharts R.R. Lutz (Jack), Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Jack W. Byrd, 101 Gray St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove No Pastor 



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Christian Harbor No Pastor 

Colerain Shelby Stephens, Box 126, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa William A. Harkins, Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Conway James E. Hester, Box 160, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mark A. Morris, 502 Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Charles Harris, Rt. 2 Box 265, Conway 27820 

Earlys W.D. Morris, Rt. 1 Box 111, Gates 27937 

Edgewood No Pastor 

Elam Hugh W. Mizelle, Box 37, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Hubert Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 330, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Lonnie R. Armstrong, Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Kenneth Bunch, Rt. 2 Box 146, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville No Pastor 

Hebron Felix A. Futrell, Box 102, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Edwin C. Dacus, 614 W. First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Philip McCall, Box 56, Cofield 27922 

Hortons William A. Harkins, Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Joe D. McLean, Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Larry McCarty, Box 129, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Willie McLawhorn, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Sherwood Allcox, 909 Johnson St., Edenton 27932 

Lewiston, First D.H. McCollough, Box 130, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville P.T. Worrell, Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Mars Hill J. Cecil Aldridge, Rt. 1 Box 334, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Gerald K. Riggs, 513 Meherrin Ave., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola No Pastor 

Merry Hill C.E. Thomas, Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel P.T. Worrell, Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Richard Cooke, Rt. 3 Box 81C, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Thomas H. Caulkins, 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove J.N. Baggett, Rt. 4 Box 245C, Windsor 27983 

Pleasant Grove Robert Hall, Rt. 1 Box 39, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Eugene Asbill, Box 8, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville No Pastor 

Republican Harvey Jackson, 202 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Robert V. Rogers, Box 589, Rich Square, 27869 

Riverside Donald L. Clinton, Box 96, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel No Pastor 

Ross Gordon Rauls, Rt. 1 Box 319L, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run No Pastor 

Seaboard Richard W. Gaskins, Box 351, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Luther V. High, Jr., Box 502, Severn 27877 

Siloam Doyle Holder, Rt. 4 Box 730, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Donald J. Christian, Rt. 2 Box 104, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Michael Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 54, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Joe Polinski, Rt. 3 Box 611, Windsor 27983 

Winton Frank Stansbury, Box 415, Winton 27986 

Woodland J. Lemar Wheeler, Box 444, Woodland 27897 



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Sunday School Directors 

Ahoskie, First Randy Britton, 612 Lakeview Dr., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Melvin Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 207, Conway 27820 

Askewville Elbert Cowan, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Harold Holloman, Box 398, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Everett White, Rt. 2 Box 50A, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Tony Mumford, Rt. 1 Box 83, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Bobby Bazemore, Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Henry Dilday, Rt. 4 Box PL3, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Oscar Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 51A, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Eloise Carter, Rt. 1 Box 277, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Tom Brooks, 1003 Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Robert Brantley, Rt. 1 Box 62B, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor W.M. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 92, Cofield 27922 

Colerain Alton Pierce, Box 52, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Lindsey B. Chamblee, Rt. 2 Box 111, Aulander 27805 

Conway C.J. Watson, Box 416, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Emmett Casper, Rt. 1 Box 84D, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Gregory Taylor, Rt. 1 Box 145, Jackson 27845 

Earlys R.E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Jack Williford, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Elam Leon Dickens, Rt. 1 Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 351, Colerain 27924 

Galatia John Duncan, Rt. 1 Box 92, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Al Jernigan, Rt. 3 Box 41 1H, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Jimmy Cotton, Rt. 1 Box 11 1A, Cofield 27922 

Hebron Felix A. Futrell, Box 102, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Eugene Simons, Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Curtis Eure, Rt. 1 Box 12R, Ahoskie 27910 

Hortons J.E. Phelps, Rt. 2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson W.G. Spivey, Box 507, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Marion Vick, Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lawrence James E. White, Rt. 2 Box 571, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Robert E. Williford, Box 130, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Jesse M. Vick, Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Darvin T. Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 384, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola David Brinkley, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Bert C. Willis, Jr., Box 145, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Leslie Long, Rt. 1 Box 28B, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Dan Warren, Rt. 3 Box 77A, Ahoskie 27910 

Oak Grove D.R. Miller, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Joe Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 6, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Donnie Rogers, Box 133, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Truitt Tayloe, Rt. 1 Box 5-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Edwin Parker, Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Ted Tyler, 434 W. Jackson St., Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Darrell Adams, Rt. 1 Box 231, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Ben Mann, Rt. 1 Box 55, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Tommy Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 329, Colerain 27924 

Sandy Run M.E. Pruden III, Box 325, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard S.Y. Daniel, Box 158, Seaboard 27876 

Severn J.W. Barkley, Box 163, Severn 27877 

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Siloam Tommy Charles, Rt. 3 Box 142, Windsor 27983 

St. John's James Brown, Rt. 1 Box 361C, Murfreesboro 27855 

Union Dave Edwards, 517 S. Catherine Creek, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John E. Perry, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Joseph A. Futrell, Rt. 1 Box DE, Winton 27986 

Woodland J. H. Liverman, Box 439, Woodland 27897 

Church Training Directors 

Askewville Mrs. Bobby J. Myers, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Reba Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Creech Memorial Ben Hollowell, Rt. 1, Ahoskie 27910 

Elm Grove Alan Mizelle, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Travis Taylor, Rt. 1 Box 197, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Raleigh Castelloe, Rt. 2 Box 145, Windsor 27983 

Meherrin S.T. Wrenn, 105 Pecan Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Ross Mrs. Sue Todd, Rt. 3 Box 382, Windsor 27983 

Siloam Ernest Leggett, King St., Windsor 27983 

Union Randy Miller, Rt. 2 Box 68C, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton Woodrow E. Vinson, Jr., Box 237, Winton 27986 

Brotherhood Directors 

Ashley's Grove (RA) Lee Vinson, Rt. 1 Box 127, Conway 27820 

Askewville (RA) Mike Hoggard, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Bethany Haywood White, Rt. 2 Box 208, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Sr., Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantley's Grove Lloyd Dunlow, Rt. 3 Box 171D, Ahoskie 27910 

Cashie J.C. Overton, 1102 Sterlingworth St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Robert White, Rt. 1 Box 91, Ahoskie 27910 

Connaritsa Henry G. Spruill, Box 275, Aulander 27805 

Conway David Simmons, Rt. 1 Box 229, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Robert Askew, 1008 Academy St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Ronald Storey, Rt. 2 Box 296, Conway 27820 

Elam Z.L. Davenport, Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Bennie Barrett, Rt. 1 Box 105B, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Reginald Asbell, Rt. 2 Box 188, Windsor 27983 

Lasker Keith Britton, Rt. 1 Box 151 F, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence W.G. Sallenger, Rt. 2 Box 524, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Albert Lassiter, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Meherrin Clinton Evans, Rt. 1 Box 13, Murfreesboro 27855 

Merry Hill Frank Bunch, Box 2, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor Dwight Tinkham, Rt. 1 Box 251, Murfreesboro 27855 

Potecasi Willie Bridgers, Lasker 27848 

Rich Square Larry Godwin, Jackson St., Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Milton Cullipher, Rt. 1 Box 178, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Keith Edwards, Box 55, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406H, Windsor 27983 

Seaboard Bruce Rider, Box 66, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Dennis Woodard, Box 185, Severn 27877 

Siloam Louis Speller, 106 E. Pine St., Williamston 27892 

St. John's Eddie Newsome, Rt. 1 Box 118, Aulander 27805 



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Union Jackie Brinkley, Rt. 2 Box 255A, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton Woodrow Felton, Box 66, Winton 27986 

Woodland W.L. Askew, Box 440, Woodland 27897 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. Randy Britton, 612 Lakeview Dr., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Emily Martin, Box 34, Milwaukee 27854 

Askewville Mrs. Tony R. White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mrs. Cleo Tinkham, Box 171, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. George Hewitt, Rt. 2 Box 143, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Linda Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 96A, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Lloyd Dunlow, Rt. 3 Box 171D, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. Oscar Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 51 A, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Dannie McClenny, Rt. 1 Box 39, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Miss Janie Lee Hughes, 401 Cale St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Mrs. Keith Brantley, Rt. 1 Box 62B, Ahsokie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Earl Lowe, Rt. 1 Box 41, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Linwood Mitchell, Rt. 1 Box 132, Harrellsville 27942 

Connaritsa Mrs. J.R. Jernigan, Box 335, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. R.J. White, Jr., Box 147, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mrs. Marcus Johnson, 201 South St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Grady Bridgers, Rt. 1 Box 168, Jackson 27845 

Earlys Mrs. L.P. Britton, 816 W. Church St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Lucille Dunlow, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Elam Mrs. C.B. Painter, Rt. 1 Box 269, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Mrs. Diener Thompson, Rt. 2 Box 320, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt. 1 Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Reginald Asbell, Rt. 2 Box 188, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. J.W. Mason, Rt. 1 Box 10, Harrellsville 27942 

Holly Springs Mrs. Ann Young, Box 9, Winton 27986 

Jackson Mrs. William Barrow, Rt. 1 Box 447, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Julia Johnston, Box 27, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Blannie Britton, Rt. 1 Box 150, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence Mrs. Linda Harden, Rt. 2 Box 553, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Mrs. James A. Parker, Box 1, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville .... Mrs. Frances Warren, Country Rd. 1333, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Jane Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 102, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. David Lane, 101 Chestnut St., Woodland 27897 

Menola Mrs. Ernestine Northcott, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. Millie Bunch, Box 2, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Judy Barnes, Rt. 1, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Brenda Tinkham, Rt. 1 Box 251, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Delmas Pike, Union St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. T.C. Miller, Rt. 1 Box 222, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Leroy Morris, Box 344, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Mrs. Louise Cooke, Rt. 1 Box 88C, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Mrs. Kathy Watkins, Box 85, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Mrs. Wilson Jernigan, Rt. 1, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Esther Davis, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mrs. Rhodes Pratt, Rt. 1 Box 179, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Lois Edwards, Box 55, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Sue Todd, Rt. 3 Box 382, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. J. Lebron Morris, Box 7, Roxobel 27872 

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Seaboard Mrs. Calvin Maddrey, Box 272, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. J.Q. Taylor, Box 186, Severn 27877 

Siloam Mrs. Lee Holder, Rt. 4 Box 730, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mrs. Edith Dempsey, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. Roger Miller, Rt. 2 Box 68C, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mrs. Edith Bryant, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Herbert Brett, Box 129, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Nancy Timberlake, George 27833 

Music Directors 

Ahoskie, First William Don Gober, Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grov* Mrs. Earl Gibson, Rt. 2 Box 35D, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Robert L. Jernigan, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander . Mrs. Sylvia Vaughan, Rt. 1 Box 155, Enfield 27823 

Bethany Wayne Lee, Rt. 2 Box 167, Colerain 27924 

Brantley's Grove Glenn Brickhouse, Rt. 3 Box 185, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. William G. Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Mrs. Jack Lutz, Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mrs. Joe Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 542, Aulander 27805 

Christian Harbor E.G. Blythe, Rt. 1 Box 5, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Don Craft, 516 Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Connaritsa Mrs. C.E. Baker, Box 57, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Melvin Woodard, Box 469, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Marcus Johnson, 204 South St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Charles Harris, Rt. 2 Box 265, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mrs. W.D. Morris, Rt. 1 Box 111, Gates 27937 

Edgewood John Baker, Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Elam Leon Dickens, Rt. 1 Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Merrell Gay, Rt. 1 Box 95A, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Mr. Rhoda Lawrence, Rt. 2 Box 141, Windsor 27983 

Hebron Mrs. Tony Futrell, Box 102, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Thomas E. Ruffin, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Jackson Mrs. Roy Biggerstaff, 604 Rapids St., Roanoke Rapids 27870 

Lasker Mrs. Wanda Britton, Rt. 1 Box 151F, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence Mrs. Frances Allcox, 909 Johnston St., Edenton 27932 

Lewiston, First Robert E. Williford, Box 100, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mr. R.O. Glover, Rt. 1, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy R. Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Robert G. Mulder, 385 Franklin Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Merry Hill Mrs. C.E. Thomas, Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Sue Godwin, Rt. 3 Box 71, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro James Chamblee, 112 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Pleasant Grove Ricky Perry, Rt. 1 Box 272A, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Mrs. Peggy Vaughan, Box 97, Potecasi 27867 

Republican Mrs. J.N. Baggett, Rt. 4 Box 245C, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Robert Outland, Quail Trail, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mrs. Marie Clinton, Box 96, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Joan Home, Rt. 1 Box 91, Pendleton 27862 

Sandy Run Bennie J. Reynolds, Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. George Hall, Box 332, Seaboard 27876 



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Severn Mrs. R.P. Watson, Box 7, Severn 27877 

Siloam Leroy Mobley, 1810 W. Main St., Williamston 27892 

St. John's Donald J. Christian, Rt. 2 Box 104, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Mrs. Mile Blowe, Rt. 1 Box 184, Aulander 27805 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Fred Downs, Box 127, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Dianne Clark, Box 112, Woodland 27897 

Chairmen of Deacons 

Ahoskie, First William S. Earley, 916 Stokes St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Ray Bryant, Rt. 1 Box 187, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville David Cobb, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Glenn Askew, Rt. 1 Box 2, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Everett Miller, Rt. 2 Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem John Moore, Rt. 4 Box 100, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantley's Grove Henry Dilday, Rt. 4 Box PL3, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Raleigh Askew, Rt. 1, Como 27818 

Capeharts Dennis Brooks, Rt. 1, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Robert B. Spivey, 810 Roberts St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 92X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Lloyd Williams, Rt. 1 Box 128, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain John Crump, Box 204, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa CD. Francis, Rt. 2 Box 114, Aulander 27805 

Conway Lawrence Ricks, Rt. 1 Box 77, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Billy Woodard, 909 N. Mitchell St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Elliott Lee Ricks, Rt. 2 Box 263, Conway 27820 

Earlys J.B. Early, Rt. 1 Box 28A, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Jack Williford, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Elam Leon Dickens, Rt. 1 Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Fentress Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 238, Colerain 27924 

Galatia James Barnes, Rt. 1 Box 94, MArgarettsville 27853 

Green's Cross Mr. Rhoda Lawrence, Rt. 2 Box 141, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Luther Whitley, Rt. 1 Box 53, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Marnch Futrell, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mr. Carol Frances, Rt. 1 Box 310B, Aulander 27805 

Holly Springs Lewter Perry, Cofield 27922 

Hortons J.E. Phelps, Rt. 2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson T.E. Evans, Box 684, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Franklin Lewis, Sr., Box 31, Kelford 27847 

Lasker David Lassiter, Rich Square 27869 

Lawrence W.W. Daniels, 702 Center St., Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Cecil A. Parker, Box 257, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Mars Hill Howard Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 102, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola William Burkett, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Tony Hughes, Box 98, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel Rupert Hasty, Jackson 27845 

Mt. Tabor D.J. Tinkham, felt. 3 Box 59A, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro William Whitley, 120 Jay Trail, Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove D.R. Miller, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Jerry Baker, Rt. 1 Box 47A, Kelford 27847 



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Potecasi Donnie Rogers, Box 133, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Bennie Jones, 920 Pembroke Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Clifton Ward, 308 N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Arthur Horton, Box 456, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside James Matthews, Rt. 1 Box 211, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Stanley H. Barnes, Rt. 1 Box 52B, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406H, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run M.E. Pruden III, Box 325, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Henry Ricks, Box 281, Seaboard 27876 

Severn M.L. Tyler, Box 603, Severn 27877 

Siloam Leroy Mobley, 1810 W. Main St., Williamston 27892 

St. John's Jimmy Daniels, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Union Harold Moore, Rt. 2 Box 71, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Robert A. Newsome, Jr., Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Woodland Leslie White, Woodland 27897 

Media (Library) 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. Louise Garrett, 421 W. First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Franklin Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 206, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mrs. Aubrey L. White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Mrs. Shelton Leggett, 303 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Nellie J. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 92, Harrellsville 27942 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mrs. Barbara Davidson, West St., Ahoskie 27910 

Elm Grove Mrs. Louise Jernigan, Rt. 2 Box 336, Colerain 27924 

Green's Cross Mrs. Drexel Castelloe, Rt. 2 Box 177, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. R.C. Mason, Jr., Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Lasker Mrs. Talmadge Barnes, Rich Square 27869 

Meherrin Miss Janet Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murf reesboro 27855 

Merry Hill Mrs. Beth White, Box 146, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Vivian Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 382, Murfreesboro 27855 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Dois Lewter, Box 38, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Peggy Askew, Rt. 3 Box 342A, Windsor 27983 

Severn Mrs. R.W. Britt, Box 173, Severn 27877 

Woodland Mrs. Hannah Vaughan, Box 367, Woodland 27897 

Church Clerks 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. CD. Wiggins, Jr., 318 Ruth Ave., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. James Vinson, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 127, Conway 27820 

Askewville Dancy G. White, Rt. 3 Box 192, Windsor 27983 

Aulander T.H. Griffin, Box 81, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Harold Lawrence, Rt. 2 Box 194, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Dennison Wiggins, Rt. 1 Box 40, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Charlie Godwin, Rt. 3 Box 12A, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn W.C. Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Mrs. Deborah Daniel, Rt. 3 Box 366, Windsor 27983 

Cashie. Miss Janie Lee Hughes, 401 Cale St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Otis Payne, 421 S. Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. T.L. Norvelle, Star Rt. Box 40, Colerain 27924 

Colerain Linwood Mitchell, Rt. 1 Box 132, Harrellsville 27942 

Connaritsa Mrs. CD. Francis, Rt. 2 Box 114, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, Box 204, Conway 27820 

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Creech Memorial John Jernigan, Rt. 1 Box 8, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Leroy Barrett, Rt. 1 Box 105, Seaboard 27876 

Earlys J.B. Early, Rt. 1 Box 28A, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Linda Williford, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Elam Thad Harris, Box 32, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 351, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt. 1 Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. George Harden, Rt. 2 Box 242, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville R.C. Mason, Jr., Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Miss Willie B. Bazemore, Rt. 1 Box 248, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Mrs. Sandra Hollowell, Rt. 1 Box 115, Cofield 27922 

Hortons Mrs. Charlie S. Powell, Rt. 2 Box 45, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mrs. T.A. Stephenson, Box 115, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Beatrice Copeland, Box 21, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Wilson Askew, Box 193, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Mike Edwards, Rt. 2 Box 370, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Mrs. Charles Vaughan, Box 235, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. Helen Vick, Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy R. Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. Elvin Parker, Rt. 1 Box 413, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Kate S. Barber, Rt. 1 Box 246, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. Dorothy P. Jackson, Rt. 2 Box 424*4, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Carmel Betty Longl, Rt. 1 Box 28B, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor CM. King, Rt. 1 Box 368A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Patricia Edwards, Forest Circle, Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. Pearl Dunlow, Rt. 2 Box 6X, Ahoskie 27910 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. C. Judson Dunning, Rt. 1 Box 43, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Stanley Vaughan, Box 97, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville Mrs. Oma D. Askew, Rt. 1 Box 153, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Reddick White, Jr., 301 Sterlingworth St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Henry Bennett, Box 197, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Walter S. Dunlow, Rt. 1 Box 217, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Steve Mann, Box 28, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Elizabeth Bunch, Rt. 3 Box 336A, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Leslie W. Walston, Box 38, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Tommy Flythe, Box 238, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. M.L. Tyler, Box 603, Severn 27877 

Siloam Clyde Anders, Rt. 2 Box 90, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mrs. Garland Harrell, Rt. 1 Box 175, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. Jackie Brinkley, Rt. 2 Box 225A, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Floyd M. Perry, Rt. 2 Box 396, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Gloria J. Thum, Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Valentine White, Woodland 27897 

Church Treasurers 

Ahoskie, First Miss Anne Hill, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Gerald Askew, Rt. 1 Box 67, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Bennie White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander T.P. Hale, Rt. 1 Box 458, Aulander 27855 

Bethany Everett Miller, Rt. 2 Box 170, Colerain 27983 

Bethel P.L. Daniel, Rt. 1 Box 81, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mrs. W.S. Bazemore, Rt. 1 Box 23, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. E.A. Castellow, Rt. 1 Box 115B, Cofield 27922 

Buckhorn Mrs. Oscar Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 51 A, Como 27818 

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Capeharts Mrs. Lois Hughes, 142 Morris Circle, Eden ton 27932 

Cashie Ulrich Mizelle, 304 Winston Ln., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 92X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. R.W. Baker, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Eloise Perry, Box 5, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Roy L. Francis, Rt. 4 Box 91, Ahoskie 27910 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Douglas Lowe, 925 N. West St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Grady Bridgers, Rt. 1 Box 168, Jackson 27845 

Earlys R.E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Charles Phelps, Jr., 209 W. Gray St., Windsor 27983 

Elam William Stephenson, Box 12, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mrs. Louise Jernigan, Rt. 2 Box 336, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Billy Britton, Rt. 1 Box 173, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Cecil Mizelle, 1004 Taylor St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville J.W. Mason, Rt. 1 Box 10, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Walter C. Milles, Box 251, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mrs. Eugene Simons, Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Mrs. Helen Miller, Rt. 1, Winton 27986 

Hortons Mrs. Dennis Bazemore, Box 465, Windsor 27983 

Jackson Mrs. J.R. Duke, Box 105, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Franklin Lewis, Sr., Box 31, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Talmadge Barnes, Rich Square 27869 

Lawrence Vernon Cobb, Rt. 4, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Jerry Brett, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. Lenora Vaughan, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Margaret Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 343, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Henry Miller, Rt. 1 Box 411, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Miss Sally Ann Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Roy Pierce, Rt. 2, Windsor 27910 

Mt. Carmel Evelyn Stephenson, Rt. 1, Jackson 27845 

Mt. Tabor F.E. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro William Whitley, Jay Trail, Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mr. & Mrs. Colie Rawls, Rt. 1 Box 454, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Jim Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 2, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Mrs. Elsie B. Jenkins, Rt. 2 Box 347, Conway 27820 

Powellsville Mrs. Donna Taylor, Rt. 1 Box 5-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Clifton Ward, 308 N. King St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square. Mrs. Mike Vick, Pine St., Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Ben Adams, Rt. 1 Box 231, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Walter Woodard, Jr., Box 54, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Basil Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 313A, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. H.M. McLawhorn, Box 66, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Neal Vaughan, Box 81, Margarettsville 27853 

Severn Garland Barnes, Box 35, Severn 27877 

Siloam Joe Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 755, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Kaye Edwards, Rt. 1, Aulander 27855 

Union Mrs. C.J. Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 249, Aulander 27805 

Wakelon Mrs. Agnes Belch, Rt. 2 Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Gloria J. Thum, Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland J.G. Outland, Jr., Box 445, Woodland 27897 



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For your further information 
and reference 
The West Chowan Baptist Association 

Annual Minute Book 
is concluded with the following tables. 



Table A - Church Membership 

Table B - Sunday School 

Table D - Music Ministry 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union 

Table F - Brotherhood 

Table G - Total Receipts, Expenditures, Stewardship 
Table H - Mission Expenditures 
Table I - Special Information 
Table C - Church Training 



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Director of Assoc. Missions: 
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KELPORD 

LASKER 


LAWRENCE 

ILEWISTON-WOODVILLE 

MARGARETTSVILLE 

MARS HILL 

MEHERRIN 

MEN0LA 

MERRY HILL 

MI. CARMEL 


MT. TABOR 
MURFREESBORO 
OAK GROVE 
PLEASANT GROVE 
POTECASI 
PCWELLSVILLE 
REPUBLICAN 
RICH SQUARE 


RIVERSIDE 
ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
ROSS 

SANDY RUN 
SEABOARD 
SEVERN 
SILOAM 
ST. JOHNS 


UNION 
WAKELON 
WINTON 
WOODLAND 

TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YEAR TOTALS 



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TABLE D MUSIC MINISTRY 

West Chowan 

North Carolina 

Assoc. Music Director: Rev. 

Keith White, Box 147, 

Aulander, NC 27805 
Year Ending 9/30/84 


CHURCHES 


AHOSKIE, FIRST 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 

ASKEWVILLE 

AULANDER 

BETHANY 

BETHEL 

BRANTLEY'S GBDVE 
BUCKHORN 


GAPEHARTS 

CASHIE 

CENTER GROVE 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR 

COLERAIN 

OONNARITSA 

CONWAY 

CREECH MEMORIAL 


CREEKSVILLE 
EARLYS 
EDGEWOOD 
ELAM 

ELM GROVE 
GALATIA 
GREEN'S CROSS 
jHARRELLSVILLE 







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1210 


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1776 
1992 


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MEHERRIN 
MENOIA 
MERRY HILL 
MT. TABOR 
MURFREESBORO 
OAK GROVE 
PLEASANT GROVE 
POTEGASI 


PCWELLSVTLLE 
REPUBLICAN 
RICH SQUARE 
RIVERSIDE 
ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
ROSS 

SANDY RUN 
SEABOARD 


SEVERN 

SILOAM 

ST. JOHNS 

UNION 

WAKELON 

WINTON 

WOODLAND 


TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YEAR TOTALS 



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TABLE E WOMAN'S 

MISSIONARY UNION 

West Chowan 

North Carolina 

Assoc. WMU Director: Mrs. 

Ruth Miller, Rt. 2 Box 68-C, 

Ahoskie, NC 27910 
Year Ending 9/30/84 


CHURCHES 


AHOSKIE, FIRST 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 

ASKEWVILLE 

AULANDER 

BETHANY 

BETHEL 

BRANTLEY'S GROVE 
RUCKHORN 


CAPEHARTS 

GASHIE 

CENTER GROVE 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR 

OOLERAIN 

CONNARITSA 

CONWAY 

CREECH MEMORIAL 


CREEKSVILLE 
EARLYS 
EDGEWOOD 
ELAM 

ELM GROVE 
GALATIA 
GREEN'S CROSS 
HARRELLSVILLE 


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2969 


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PCWELLSVILLE 

REPUBLICAN 

RICH SQUARE 

RIVERSIDE 

ROBERT' S CHAPEL 

ROSS 

SANDY RUN 


SEABOARD 

SEVERN 

SILQAM 

ST. JOHNS 

UNION 

WAKELON 

WINTON 

WOODLAND 


TOTALS 1 
PREVIOUS YEAR TOTALS 



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TABLE F BROTHERHOOD 

West Chowan 

North Carolina 

Assoc. Brotherhood Director: 

Rev. Eugene Asbill, Box 8, 

Potecasi, NC 27867 
Year Ending 9/30/84 


CHURCHES 


ASHLEY'S GROVE 

ASKEWVILLE 

AULANDER 

BETHANY 

BETHEL 

BRANTLEY'S GROVE ! 

BUCKHORN 

GASHIE 


L| I| | 


ELM GROVE 
GALATIA 



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HOLLY SPRINGS 
JACKSON 
LASKER 
LAWRENCE 


LEWISTON 
MEHERRIN 
MERRY HILL 
MT. TABOR 
MURFREESBORO 
OAK GROVE 
PLEASANT GROVE 
POTEGASI 


RICH SQUARE 

RIVERSIDE 

ROBERT'S CHAPEL 

ROSS 

SEABOARD 

SEVERN 

SILOAM 

ST. JOHNS 


UNION 

WINTON 

WOODLAND 

TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YEAR TOTALS 



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ROSS 

SANDY RUN 
SEABOARD 
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TABLE I SPECIAL 

INFORMATION 

West Chowan 

North Carolina 

Moderator: Mr. William G. 
Lawrence, Jr., 214 Liberty 
St., Murfreesboro, NC 27855 

Year Ending 9/30/84 


CHURCHES 


AHOSKIE, FIRST 
ASHLEY'S GROVE 
ASKEWVILLE 
AULANDER 
BETHANY 
BETHEL 
BETHLEHEM 
BRANTLEY'S GROVE 


BUCKHORN 

CAPEHARTS 

CASHIE 

CENTER GROVE 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR 

OOLERAIN 

OONNARITSA 

CONWAY 


CREECH MEMORIAL 

CREEKSVILLE 

EARLYS 

EDGEWOOD 

ELAM 

ELM GROVE 
GALATIA 
GREEN'S CROSS 


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HEBRON 
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TRAINING 
West Chowan 
North Carolina 

Assoc. CT Director: Rev. Frank 
Stansbury, Box 415, Winton, 
NC 27986 

Year Ending 9/30/84 


CHURCHES 




ELM GROVE 
GAIATIA 
GREEN'S CROSS 
JACKSON 
KELFORD 
LASKER 
MEHERRIN 
MERRY HTTT, 


MT. TABOR 

MURFREESBORO 

ROSS 

SEVERN 

SILOAM 

ST. JOHN 

UNION 

WINTON 


WOODLAND 
TOTALS 

PREVIOUS YEAR TOTALS 



This book designed and printed by 
EDMONDS PRINTING COMPANY 
Lawrenceville Virginia 23868 



1985 Annual 
North Carolina 



GOOD NEWS AMERICA 




GOD LOVES YOU 



West Chowan 
Baptist Association 



Minutes of the 
102nd Annual Session 



West Chowan 
Baptist Association 



held with: 
SILO AM BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday afternoon & evening, October 22, 1985 

and the 

UNION BAPTIST CHURCH 
Wednesday morning & afternoon, October 23, 1985 



The 1986 Annual Session will be held: 

Tuesday, October 21, 1986 with the 
AULANDER BAPTIST CHURCH 
Preacher: Rev. Wayne Simpson 
Alternate: Rev. Hugh Mizelle 

and 

Wednesday, October 22, 1986 with the 
ASHLEY'S GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Preacher: Rev. Cecil Harkey 
Alternate: Rev. Doyle Holder 



Table of Contents 



Title Page 

Directory 1 

General Officers 1 

General Board 2 

Standing Committees 2 

Messengers 4 

Historical Events 6 

Annual Session Schedule, 1986-1990 6 

Constitution 7 

Proceedings 15 

Reports 18 

General Board 18 

Missions Committee 18 

Evangelism Committee 19 

Nominating Committee 19 

Budget/Finance Committee 20 

1986 Budget 22 

Sunday School 23 

Church Training 23 

WMU .24 

RA 25 

Music 25 

History of the Siloam Baptist Church 26 

History of the Union Baptist Church 28 

Ordination 30 

Early Bird Clerks 31 

Memorials 34 

Associational Missions 36 

Historical Table 37 

Church Directory 38 

Ordained Ministers (other than pastors) 38 

Ministers of Education 38 

Ministers of Youth 38 

Pastors 38 

Music Directors 39 

Sunday School Directors 40 

Church Training Directors 42 

WMU Directors Y 43 

Chairman of Deacons 44 

Media Directors 45 

Clerks 45 

Treasurers 46 

Statistical Tables 49 

Map of Association Center 



Associational Directory 



General Officers 

MODERATOR 

Nathan Copeland, III, P. O. Box 237, Windsor 27983; (O) 794-4041, (H) 794-4352 

VICE MODERATOR 
Mrs. Billy Harris, Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27867; 587-1147 
CLERK 

Mrs. Henry Powell, P. O. Box 215, Ahoskie 27910; (O) 332-3235, (H) 345-0250 

TREASURER 

Miss Sally Ann Barber, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910; (O) 332-3594, (H) 332-2547 
SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTOR 
Shelby Stephens, P. O. Box 128, Colerain 27924; (O) 356-4742, (H) 356-4685 
CHURCH TRAINING 
Frank Stansbury, P. O. Box 415, Winton 27986; 358-3781 
BROTHERHOOD DIRECTOR 
Dave Holladay, Rt. 1 Box 90, Pleasant Hill 27866; 589-1071 
RA DIRECTOR 
Truett Duncan, 306 Spring Av., Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4198 
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 
Mrs. Roger Miller, Rt. 2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910; 332-3883 

Assistant Director Mrs. Duncan Hughes 

Secretary /Treasurer Mrs. Jean Dilday 

Baptist Women Director Mrs. Delmas Pike 

Assistant Baptist Women Director Mrs. Patsy Bryant 

Young Baptist Women Director Mrs. Richard Draper 

Assistant Young Baptist Women Director ■. . Mrs. John Floyd Mizelle 

Baptist Young Women Director Mrs. Keith Britton 

Assistant Baptist Young Women Director Mrs. Clifton Joyner, Jr. 

Acteens Director Mrs. Ann B. Young 

Assistant Acteens Director Mrs. Carlton Ambrose 

Girls-in-Action Director Mrs. Frank Stansbury 

Assistant Girls-in- Action Director Mrs. R. E. Brinkley 

Mission Friends Director Mrs. Bobby Robbins 

Assistant Friends Director Mrs. Billy Ross 

Mission Action Director Mrs. Randy Britton 

Assistant Mission Action Director Miss Sally Ann Barber 

Mission Support Director Mrs. Jack Lutz 

Mission Study Director Mrs. Jerry Boyd 

Enlistment/Enlargement Director Mrs. Billy Harris 

Centennial Chairman Mrs. D wight Tinkham 

Scholarship Chairman Mrs. Percy Bunch 

DIRECTOR OF ASSOCIATIONAL WORK 
Henry Powell, P. O. Box 215, Ahoskie 27910 

Associational Office 116 N. Mitchell St., Ahoskie 27910; 332-3235 

Home Rt. 1, Aulander, 27805; 345-0250 



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Lay Members of the General Board 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. William Springfield, 723 W. Church St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove H. R. Bryant, Rt. 2, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Wilbert White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem W. D. Wiggins, Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Buckhorn Mrs. R. G. Whitley, Rt. 1 Box 50, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Dannie McClenny, Rt. 1 Box 39, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Robert B. Spivey, 306 Sutton Dr., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 92-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor R. W. Baker, P. O. Box 27, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain John E. Thompson, Rt. 1 Box 460, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa CD. Francis, Rt. 2, Aulander 27805 

L. B. Chamblee, Rt. 2, Aulander 27910 

Conway Ed Rawls, P.O. Box 433, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Malcolm Bracy, 302 Cherry St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Earl Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 314, Conway 27820 

Edgewood Charles Phelps, Sr., Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Elam Z. L. Davenport, P. O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Starkey Jernigan, Rt. 2 Box 296, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Elliott Davis, Rt. 1 Box 59, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross George Harden, Rt. 2 Box 242, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Richard Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 100-A, Cofield 27922 

Holly Grove Thomas E. Ruff in, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Jackson Roy F. Lowry, P. O. Box 502, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Marion Vick, P. O. Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker David Lassiter, Rich Square 27869 

Lawrence W. G. Sallenger, Rt. 2 Box 524, Windsor 27983 

Mars Hill Harvey L. Pearce, Rt. 1, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Ernestine Northcott, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Bert Willis, Jr., P. O. Box 145, Merry Hill 27957 

Mount Tabor CM. King, Rt. 1 Box 468-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Herman Gatewood, Carolina Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Pleasant Grove Jerry Baker, Rt. 1 Box 39, Aulander 27805 

Powellsville Mrs. Dottie Wright, P. O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Robert's Chapel Ben Mann, P. O. Box 37, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Paul J. Basham, Rt. 3 Box 367, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Joseph H. Walston, P. O. Box 129, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Southgate Britt, Rt. 1 Box 193, Seaboard 27876 

St. John's Mrs. Bessie Burkett, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. Roger Miller, Rt. 2 Box 68-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton W. W. Felton, P. O. Box 66, Winton 27986 

Woodland Miss Roberta Outland, P. O. Box 445, Woodland 27897 

Standing Committees 

COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Chairman: Mrs. Billy Harris Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27862 

Jack Lutz Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Lemar Wheeler P- O. Box 444, Woodland 27897 



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Cecil Aldridge Rt. 1 Box 334, Colerain 27924 

Joe D. McLean P. O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS 

Chairman: James E. Langford P. O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Mark Morris 502 Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910 

Mrs. Frank Stansbury P. O. Box 415, Winton 27986 

Billy Harris Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27862 

Mrs. Lester Long Rt. 1 Box 28-B, Seaboard 27876 

Mrs. Wanda Britton Rt. 1 Box 151-F, Woodland 27897 

Mrs. Jack Lutz Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Robbie Parker P.O. Box 220, Aulander 27805 

C. D. Francis Rt. 2 Box 114, Aulander 27805 

COMMITTEE ON TRUSTEES 

Chairman: Ray Dixon Rt. 1 Box 361-B, Murfreesboro 27855 

Russell Johnson, Jr P. O. Box 7, Conway 27820 

J. Lebron Morris P.O. Box 7, Roxobel 27872 

COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTION 

Chairman: Bobby Cross 104 Edgewood Dr., Ahoskie 27910 

Ben I. Mann Rt. 1 Box 55, Pendleton 27862 

Joseph D. Blythe Rt. 1, Harrelsville 27942 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION 

Chairman: Lonnie Armstrong Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876 

Daniel M. Spell Rt. 1 Box 166, Ahoskie 27910 

Hugh Mizelle P. O. Box 37, Gumberry 27838 

COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS 

Chairman: Joe Polinski Rt. 3 Box 61-1, Windsor 27983 

Miss Helen Griffin Woodland 27897 

Mrs. Rhodes Pratt Rt. 1 Box 179, Merry Hill 27957 

COMMITTEE ON HISTORY 

Chairman: Hargus Taylor 101 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Miss Hazel Griffin Woodland 27897 

Mrs. Jennings White Conway 27820 

Dwight Tinkham Rt. 1 Box 251, Murfreesboro 27855 

Robert Askew 1008 N. Academy St., Ahoskie 27910 

COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP 

Chairman: Gerald Riggs 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855 

Charles Edwards P. O. Box 179, Winton 27986 

Cecil Harkey Rt. 2 Box 142-A, Colerain 27924 

Donald L. Clinton Rt. 1 Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Roy F. Lowry P. O. Box 502, Jackson 27845 

COMMITTEE ON SEMINARY EXTENSION 

Chairman: Thomas H. Caulkins 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Ken Bunch Rt. 2 Box 246, Windsor 27983 

Shelby Stephens P. O. Box 126, Colerain 27924 



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COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES 

Chairman: Mrs. Louise Garrett 421 W. First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Mrs. John S. Vaughan, Sr P. O. Box 367, Woodland 27897 

Mrs. R. C. Mason P. O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Mrs. James E. Langford P. O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 



AHOSKIE, FIRST 

Mrs. E. D. Wiggins, Jr. 
Mrs. Wm. Stringfield 
Mrs. Bruce Williford 
Miss Christine Brett 
Mrs. John Faunce 
Mrs. Emily Miller 
Mrs. Ollie Brown 
Mrs. Ella Morris 
Mrs. William Cooper 
Mrs. Lena Jernigan 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 
Rodney Askew 
Valeria Askew 
Vera Futrell 
Retha Vann 

ASKEWVILLE 

Mrs. Martha Harris 
Mrs. Christine Cobb 
Mrs. Sarah Lee Mizelle 
Truett White 
Mrs. JoAnn Mizelle 

AULANDER 

Mrs. Cleo Tinkham 

BETHANY 
Bessie Freeman 
Ruby Hughes 
Betty Perry 

BETHEL 

Mrs. Mattie Faison 
Mrs. Reba Mayle 

BETHLEHEM 

Mrs. Hilda Tinkham 
Dennison Wiggins 
W. B. Bazemore 
Mrs. Thelma Dilday 

BRANTLEY'S GROVE 
E. M. Vann 
Mrs. E. M. Vann 
Miss Viola Dilday 



Messengers 

BUCKHORN 

Mrs. R. G. Whitley 
Mrs. W. G, Lawrence 
Linwood Whitley 
Mrs. Linwood Whitley 
Mrs. Wayne Simpson 

CAPEHARTS 
Mrs. Jack Lutz 

CASHIE 

Mrs. Jack Byrd 
J. N. Pierce 
Mrs. J. N. Pierce 
J. C. Overton 
Mrs. J. C. Overton 
Mrs. Revah Rhodes 
Mrs. Nora Mae Harris 
Mrs. Aline Ballard 

CENTER GROVE 

Mrs. Mildred Jernigan 
Mrs. Maude Dilday 
Mrs. A. S. Godwin 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
R. W. Baker 
Mrs. R. W. Baker 
Mrs. Lillian Norvelle 
J. D. Blythe 

COLERAIN 

Mis Cora Felton Bass 
Mrs. Willie Britt 
Mrs. Becky Edwards 
Mrs. Bernice Lowe 
Mrs. Grace Mitchell 
Mrs. Geraldine Holloman 

CONNARITSA 
C. D. Francis 
L. B. Chamblee 
Mrs. C. D. Francis 
Miss Lula Chamblee 



CONWAY 

Mrs. Henry Vick 
James Martin 
Mrs. Leroy Taylor 
Mrs. C. J. Watson 
R. H. Johnson, Jr. 

CREECH MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Stanley Horton 
Mrs. Alvah Daniels 
Mrs. Lonnie Skinner 
Lonnie Skinner 

CREEKSVILLE 
Mrs. Leroy Barrett 
Mrs. Grady Bridgers 
Mrs. Earl Lassiter 

EARLYS 

L. P. Britton 
Mrs. L. P. Britton 
Mrs. Mavis Futrell 

EDGEWOOD 
Lillian Rawls 
Audrey Leggett 

ELAM 

Mrs. Mattie Harris 
Carlton Howell 
Mrs. Antionette Dunning 
Mrs. Margaret Kee 

ELM GROVE 
Starkey Jernigan 
Mattie Jernigan 
Doris Mizelle 
Aubrey Mizelle 
Helen Brown 
Joyce Ann Mizelle 

GALATIA 

Mrs. Granville Eure 
Mrs. Pearl Taylor 
Mrs. Hettie B. Rose 
Clifton Deberry 
Mrs. Clifton Deberry 



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GREEN'S CROSS 
R. B. Lawrence 
Nova Lecester 

HARRELLSVILLE 

Mrs. Lillian Ann Overton 
Mrs. Rebekah Earley 

HEBRON 

Mrs. Minnie Jones 
Mrs. Wilma Early 

HOLLY GROVE 

Miss Willie B. Bazemore 
Mrs. Mildred Narron 

HOLLY SPRINGS 
Annie Mathias 
Thomas Mathias 
Mary Dickman 
Olivia McKinley 

HORTONS 
J. E. Phelps 
Mrs. J. E. Phelps 
Mrs. C. S. Powell 

JACKSON 
Roy Lowry 
Mrs. Joe McLean 
Mrs. J. A. Suiter 

KELFORD 

Mrs. Mary Vick 
Mrs. Robin McCarty 
Mrs. Beatrice Copeland 

LASKER 

Mrs. Olivia Askew 
Mrs. Blannie Britton 
Mrs. Ruby Smith 
Glaston Martin 
Mrs. Glaston Martin 

LAWRENCE 

Mrs. Frances Allcox 
Mrs. Ruby White 
W. W. Daniels 

LEWISTON, FIRST 
Mrs. Wanda McCollough 
George Britton 

M ARG ARETTS VI L LE 
Mrs. R. O. Glover 
Mrs. Floyd Hasty 
Mrs. Lenora Vaughan 
Mrs. Helen Vick 



MARS HILL 

Mrs. Margaret Davidson 
Mrs. Barbara Sue Davidson 
Mrs. Annette Aldridge 
Mrs. Johnny Lou Northcott 

MEHERRIN 

Mrs. Irene Parker 
Mrs. Vidie Francis 
Collin Parker 
Len Whitsen 
Mrs. Len Whitsom 
Mrs. Doris Riggs 
Mrs. Richard Hassell 
Mrs. Flonnie Dula 

MENOLA 

Mrs. Elizabeth Britton 
Miss Elsie Cowan 
Miss Retha Cowan 
Mrs. Margaret Lee Brown 
Miss Evelyn Jones 
Mrs. Mary Edwards 
Mrs. Wilma Snipes 

MERRY HILL 
Mrs. Evelyn Willis 
Mrs. Janie Thomas 

MT. TABOR 

Mrs. Clara Tinkham 
Mrs. Elizabeth Dixon 
Mrs. Glen Benthall 

MURFREESBORO 
Bela Udvarnoki 
Ruby Udvarnoki 
Antionette Holloman 
Eunice Banks 
Hargus Taylor 

OAK GROVE 
Douglas Miller 
Daris Dunlow 

PLEASANT GROVE 
Mrs. Donald Jernigan 
Mrs. Margaret B. Dunning 

POTECASI 
Roland Cocker 
Mrs. Roland Cocker 
Mrs. Gene Asbill 

POWELLSVILLE 
Mrs. Bessie Hudson 
Mrs. Clara Canady 
Mrs. Dottie Wright 



REPUBLICAN 
Mrs. Millie Stocks 
Mrs. Ruby Harmon 
Mrs. Connie Leggett 
Mrs. Lyda White 

RICH SQUARE 
William M. Futrell 
Sandy Horton 
Mildred Parker 
Katrine Parker 

RIVERSIDE 

Mrs. Rhodes Pratt 
Mrs. Earl Lee 

ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
Mrs. Edith Patterson 
Johnny Bryant 
Mrs. Irene Bryant 

ROSS 

Mrs. Myrtle Harrison 
Mrs. Sarah Hoggard 
Mrs. Corinne Miller 
Mrs. Fannye Neamond 

SANDY RUN 

Mrs. Charles L. Smith 
J. Lebron Morris 
Mrs. J. Lebron Morris 

SEABOARD 

Mrs. M. R. Howell, Jr. 
Mrs. Mildred Woodard 
Mrs. Hazel Johnson 

SEVERN 

Mrs. Velma High 
Mrs. Gail Ferguson 
Mrs. Virginia Outland 
Miss Linda Tyler 

SILOAM 
A. L. Leggett 
Mrs. Josephine Leggett 
Mrs. Lee Holder 
Clyde Anders 

ST. JOHN'S 
Bessie Burkett 
Josephine Askew 
Clara Shores 

UNION 

Mrs. Roger Miller 
Mrs. Lin wood Peele 
Johnnie Harrell, Jr. 



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WAKELON 



John H. Perry 
Roy Matthews 
Paul Williams 



Mrs. Elsie Williams 



WINTON 
Harry Ward 
Mrs. Harry Ward 
Mrs. Frank Stansbury 
Miss Emma Riddick Parker 
Mrs. Allston Askew 



WOODLAND 



Mrs. Nancy Timberlake 
Mrs. Kathryn Lee 
Mrs. Hannah Vaughan 
Mrs. Sarah Liverman 
J. H. Liverman 



Historical Events 



ASKEWVILLE: Purchased new organ. 
BUCKHORN: Observed 150th anniversary. 
COLERAIN: Memorial gifts of pew cushions and flags. 

CONNARITSA: Memorial wooden cross donated by the family of deacon Alton Jenkins. 

Church was left $10,000 by Dr. O. Fred Hale in memory of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 

H. Hale, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hale and Mr. and Mrs. John H. 

Nowell. Purchased new vacuum cleaner. Installed new carpet in Fellowship Hall. 

Church painted inside and outside. Debt on roof paid in full. Installed an air-conditioner 

in the parsonage. Pews upholstered and new baptistry drape installed. Celebrated 196th 

year with homecoming on September 22, 1985. 
CONWAY: Began building which contains offices, conference room, social hall and kitchen. 

Ordained two lady deacons. 
CREEKSVILLE: Built garage at parsonage, painted the woodwork on church, Fellowship 

Hall, and parsonage. Held homecoming day in May. Mr. Lynn Burgess was licensed to 

ministry. 

EARLYS: New furnishings for classroom. 

ELM GROVE: Handicapped ramp built for church. 

GALATIA: Built new Fellowship Hall. Chimes, sound system and piano given by three 

families in honor or memory of loved ones. 
HARRELLSVILLE: First time in the history of the church, we called a full-time pastor. 
HOLLY SPRINGS: 1985 started building fellowship hall. 
LEWISTON, FIRST: New carillon chimes installed. 
PLEASANT GROVE: Ordained a new deacon. 

REPUBLICAN: Church painted on exterior and stained glass windows repaired. 

SANDY RUN: Installed railing by steps in sanctuary. Purchased chair and pew cushions; 
monthly church news letter; nursing home ministry. 

SEABOARD: Mission trip to Fruitland, North Carolina, to aid in construction. 

UNION: Completed new educational/fellowship building. Held 100th anniversary celebra- 
tion May 1985. 

WINTON: Completed remodeling and addition to parsonage and paid off note. 
WOODLAND: Installed new Allen organ and sponsored concert by David Kirk, representa- 
tive of Allen Organ Company. 



Annual Session Schedule for the 1980's 



1986 



First Day - Aulander Baptist Church 
Second Day - Ashley's Grove Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Elm Grove Baptist Church 



Green's Cross Baptist Church 
Buckhorn Baptist Church 
Merry Hill Baptist Church 



1987 



First Day - Galatia Baptist Church 
Second Day - Askewville Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Center Grove Baptist Church 



Margarettsville Baptist Church 
Republican Baptist Church 
Holly Grove Baptist Church 



1988 



First Day - Elam Baptist Church 
Second Day - Seaboard Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Winton Baptist Church 

1989 

First Day - Colerain Baptist Church 
Second Day - Connaritsa Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Lasker Baptist Church 

1990 

First Day - Meherrin Baptist Church 
Second Day - Kelford Baptist Church 
Bertie Union - Lewiston Baptist Church 



Mt. Carmel Church 
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church 
Wakelon Baptist Church 

Christian Harbor Baptist Church 
Hortons Baptist Church 
Ross Baptist Church 

Holly Springs Baptist Church 
Ahoskie First Baptist Church 
Bethlehem Baptist Church 




Constitution 

NAME 

Article 1. This body shall be known as the West Chowan Baptist Association of North 
Carolina. 

MEMBERSHIP 

Article 2. It shall be composed of messengers elected by the churches connected with this 
body and all ordained ministers who are pastors of said churches, together with the officers of 
this Association, and chairmen of all standing committees. Each church of 100 members and 
under shall be entitled to two messengers, and for each additional 100 members, an additional 
messenger, provided that no church shall have more than 10 messengers. 

PURPOSE 

Article 3. The purpose of this Association shall be to inspire, encourage, and enlist its mem- 
bership in a spirit of brotherly love and cooperation, for the promotion of the entire program 
of our denomination; to the end that the gospel of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ might be 
proclaimed with greater power and effectiveness in our Association, our State and Nation, and 
unto the uttermost part of the world. 

POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

Article 4. The Association shall have no powers to infringe upon the sovereignty or rights of 
the churches. It is neither an ecclesiastical nor legislative council, nor a court of appeal. It may 
advise the churches and recommend measures of usefulness for their adoption, but cannot 
bind them in any way. There shall be full recognition of the autonomy of the local church and 
there shall be full recognition of the autonomy of the Association. However, in view of the 
combined wisdom, piety and intelligence of the Association, it justly claims the very highest 
consideration and regard for itself, its objects and its recommendations. 



Article 5. Any Baptist church in good standing approving the design, objects and principles 
of this Association, and holding the same doctrine and ordinances, may be admitted into 
fellowship upon two-thirds vote of the messengers. All applications shall be referred to the 
Membership Committee for study. Churches desiring membership should give notice by 
making application one year in advance. 

Article 6. The Association may dissolve its relation with any church that consistently refuses 
to support the design, objects and principles of the West Chowan Baptist Association. Any 
irregularities which are reported shall be referred to the Membership Committee who will 
report their findings to the Fall Associational meeting. The relationship may be dissolved by a 
two-thirds vote of the messengers one year after irregularities have been brought to the atten- 
tion of the Association. 

RIGHTS AND DUTIES 

Article 7. Every church will be requested to contribute a percentage of its gifts, or so much 
per resident member for defraying the expenses of the Association and for direction of the 
promotional education and missionary work of the Association. This percentage or amount 
shall be sent to the Associational Treasurer monthly by each church treasurer. 

Article 8. Every church will send to every annual session of the Association a letter on the 
form adopted by the Association with such additional information as it may deem fitting. 

Article 9. Any church wishing to dissolve its relationship with the Association in order to 
transfer to another association may do so with a majority vote at any regular Associational 
meeting. 

ORGANIZATION 

Article 10. The Officers of this Association shall be a Moderator, a Vice Moderator, a Clerk, 
a Treasurer, a Parliamentarian, a Director of Sunday School, a Director of Church Training, 
a Director of Brotherhood, a Director of Woman's Missionary Union, and a Director of 
Music. They shall be elected on the first day of the Fall session. The term of all officers shall 
commence at the conclusion of the Fall session at which they are elected and continue until 
their successors are elected at the Fall session of the Association. The Moderator and Vice 
Moderator may not be elected for more than two consecutive years. All nominations may be 
made by the Committee on Nominations. 

DUTIES 

Article 11. It shall be the duty of the Moderator to open meetings punctually at the ap- 
pointed time; to enforce the rules; to enforce order and to exercise all prerogatives of a 
presiding officer according to Robert's Rules of Order. 

Article 12. It shall be the duty of the Vice Moderator to perform the duties of the Moderator 
in his absence. 

Article 13. It shall be the duty of the Clerk to attend and keep a full record of the meetings of 
the Association and to compile, edit and distribute to the churches the minutes and data from 
the church letters in an annual report. He may appoint an assistant when necessary. He shall 
be paid such honorarium and expenses as the Association directs. 

Article 14. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive, safeguard and distribute all funds 
of the Association. Disbursements of funds shall be in accordance with the budget adoted by 
the Association. Non-budget items shall be approved by the Finance Committee of the General 
Board. He shall make quarterly reports to the General Board and annual reports to the Fall 
session. He may be paid honorariums and expenses as the Association may direct. The 
Treasurer's records shall be audited annually and he shall be under bond. 

Article 15. The Parliamentarian shall assist the presiding officer in conducting the business 
of the Association according to Robert's Rules of Order. 

Article 16. The Director of Sunday School shall promote and supervise the Sunday School 
Program in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 



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Article 17. The Superintendent of Sunday School shall promote and supervise the Sunday 
School Program in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 18. The Director of Church Training Program shall promote and supervise the 
Church Training Program in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 19. The Director of Brotherhood shall promote and supervise the program of Baptist 
Men in the Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 20. The Director of Woman's Missionary Union shall direct and supervise the 
program for the women and girls in cooperation with the General Board. 

Article 21. The Director of Music shall promote and supervise the program of music in the 
Association in cooperation with the General Board. 

THE GENERAL BOARD 

Article 22. The General Board of the Association shall be composed of the following: 
Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Director of Woman's 
Missionary Union, Director of Associational Work, Director of Sunday School, Director of 
Church Training Program, Director of Brotherhood, Director of Music, the pastor of each 
church of the Association, provided that the pastor is a member of the church he represents, 
and one lay member elected from each church. 

The officers of the Association shall divide the General Board into the following commit- 
tees: Education and Promotion, Missions, Evangelism, Stewardship and Finance, Survey and 
Study, and Christian Life and Public Affairs. 

It shall be the duty of the General Board to transact whatever business may require atten- 
tion of the Association between sessions which action shall be binding upon the Association. 
The General Board of the Association shall function with those duly elected members present 
and voting. No percentage quorum is required for these meetings. The General Board should 
meet quarterly, and submit a full report of its work to the Association together with recom- 
mendations for the promotion and extension of the work, including the Associational budget. 

The Executive Committee of the General Board will be composed of the officers of the 
Association and one representative elected by the General Board from each county in the 
Association. This committee will work in close harmony with the Director of Associational 
Work in plans and programs. The Executive Committee of the General Board shall function 
with those duly elected officers present and voting at any announced meeting. No percentage 
quorum is required for these meetings. 

In the event that any office, constituted by any article herein, becomes vacant during the 
Associational year, said office may be filled for the interim by appointment of the Executive 
Committee. 

Article 23. The Director of Associational Work, whom the Association may employ, shall be 
under the direction of the Executive Committee of the General Board. He shall promote and 
coordinate the work of the Association through its organizations and programs; and carry out 
the missionary and extension plans of the Executive Committee. He shall be an ex officio 
member of all committees in an advisory and promotional capacity. 

AMENDMENTS 

Article 24. This constitution may be altered at the Fall session of the body by a two-thirds 
vote of the messengers present and voting. However, a 60-day notice of the proposed change 
shall be sent to the chairman of the Executive Committee of the General Board, and such 
proposed amendment shall be read on two consecutive days before action on the same. 

COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

Article 25. The committees of the Association shall be divided into three categories: 
Section A. Committees to be appointed by the Moderator in advance of the Fall meeting. 
1. A Committee on Enrollment consisting of six. This committee shall recognize and 

register all messengers and others attending the Association and report to the Association when 

called upon. 

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2. A Committee on Committees consisting of two members from each of the counties com- 
prising the Association. This committee shall nominate for election by the Association all stand- 
ing committees and such other committees as may be assigned to it. This committee should 
make its primary report during the first session of the Fall meeting. This committee shall 
designate the chairman of each committee. 

3. The Executive Committee of the General Board shall guide in an audit of the 
Treasurer's records and report to the Association. 

Section B. Committees to report at the same Fall meeting at which they were elected. 

1 . A Committee on Place and Preacher consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to 
recommend to the Association where the next Spring and Fall sessions shall meet and the 
preacher to deliver the annual sermon and his alternate. 

2. A Committee on Resolutions consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to draw up 
and present to the Association suitable resolutions of appreciation and expressions of senti- 
ments on any matter chosen by the committee or referred to the committee by the Moderator of 
the Association. 

Section C. Committees which will serve throughout the year and which shall report at the 
Fall session of the Association. 

1. A Committee on Order of Business consisting of five. The Vice Moderator shall be the 
chairman of this committee. It shall be the duty of this committee to present a printed report at 
both Spring and Fall meetings suggesting the order of business. This report should be acted 
upon as soon as feasible after the opening of the Association. When adopted, its report shall 
become the order of the Association and cannot be changed except by majority vote of the 
body. 

2. A Committee on Nominations consisting of three members from each of the counties 
composing the Association. This committee at the Fall meeting shall nominate representatives 
of the various institutions, members of the General Board, the officers of the Association, and 
other officers that may be necessary to execute the program of the Association. Nominations by 
this committee shall not preclude nominations from the floor. No officer of the Association 
shall hold more than one office at a time. The Nominating Committee should constantly seek 
the counsel of existing Associational officers when preparing their report. No name shall be 
submitted to the Association for election until that individual has agreed to serve if elected. 

3. A Trustees Committee consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to hold in trust any 
property, endowment, or other securities of the Association. 

4. A Committee on Ordination consisting of three. It shall be the duty of this committee to 
make itself available to any church who has a candidate for the Gospel Ministry. 

5. A Committee on History consisting of five members, one member elected each year for 
five years. This committee shall be responsible for compiling and maintaining a history of the 
Association. 

6. A Committee on Memorials consisting of three members elected each year, one from each 
county. This committee shall be responsible for suitably memorializing deceased members of 
the churches of the Association and other events as may be necessary. 

7. A Committee on Membership consisting of five members, one member elected each year 
for five years. It shall be the duty of this committee to consult with churches in areas of 
Church-Association relationships and report the desire of the church as regards status in 
becoming member churches or in desire to withdraw fellowship. A committee from the church 
and this committee of the Association on membership shall work in all matters for harmony 
and good will among the churches. This committee functions at the request of the Executive 
Committee of the General Board and/or the Association meeting in the Fall. 

8. A Committee on the Constitutions consisting of three members be elected each year. This 
committee shall keep the constitution up to date and recommend revisions in accordance with 
the provisions of the constitution. 

9. A Committee on Libraries consisting of four members elected each year. This committee 
shall be responsible for the development of the Associational library organization and will 
assist the churches in their library work when requested. 

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10. A Committee on Seminary Extension consisting of three members, one member elected 
each year for three years. This committee shall plan the courses of study and make all 
arrangements for a balanced program of study. 

Artilce 26. Any regulation prior to this constitution which conflicts herewith is hereby 
repealed. 

Article 27. Baptist Faith and Message Statment. 

I. THE SCRIPTURES 

The Holy Bible was written by men divinely inspired and is the record of God's revelation 
of Himself to man. It is a perfect treasure of divine instruction. It has God for its author, 
salvation for its end, and truth, without any mixture or error, for its matter. It reveals the 
principles by which God judges us; and therefore is, and will remain to the end of the world, 
the true center of Christian union, and the supreme standard by which all human conduct, 
creeds, and religious opinions should be tried. The criterion by which the Bible is to be inter- 
preted is Jesus Christ. 

II. GOD 

There is one and only one living and true God. He is an intelligent, spiritual, and personal 
Being, the Creator, Redeemer, Preserver, and Ruler of the universe. God is infinite in 
holiness and all other perfections. To Him we owe the highest love, reverence, and obedience. 
The eternal God reveals Himself to us as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, with distinct personal 
attributes, but without division of nature, essence, or being. 

A. God the Father 

God as Father reigns with providential care over His universe, His creatures, and the flow 
of the stream of human history according to the purposes of His grace. He is all powerful, all 
loving, and all wise. God is Father in truth to those who become children of God through faith 
in Jesus Christ. He is fatherly in His attitude toward all men. 

B. God the Son 

Christ is the eternal Son of God. In His incarnation as Jesus Christ, he was conceived of the 
Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary. Jesus perfectly revealed and did the will of God, 
taking upon Himself the demands and necessities of human nature and identifying Himself 
completely with mankind yet without sin. He honored the divine law by His personal obedi- 
ence, and in His death on the cross, He made provision for the redemption of men from sin. 
He was raised from the dead with a glorified body and appeared to His disciples as the person 
who was with them before His crucifixion. He ascended into heaven and is now exalted at the 
right hand of God where He is the One Mediator, partaking of the nature of God and of man, 
and in whose Person is effected the reconciliation between God and man. He will return in 
power and glory to judge the world and to consummate His redemptive mission. He now dwells 
in all believers as the living and ever present Lord. 

C. God the Holy Spirit 

The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of God. He inspired holy men of old to write the Scriptures. 
Through illumination, He enables men to understand truth. He exalts Christ. He convicts of 
sin, of righteousness and of judgment. He calls men to the Saviour, and effects 
regeneration. He cultivates Christian character, comforts believers, and bestows the spiritual 
gifts by which they serve God through His church. He seals the believer unto the day of final 
redemption. His presence in the Christian is the assurance of God to bring the believer into the 
fulness of the stature of Christ. He enlightens and empowers the believer and the church in 
worship, evangelism, and service. 



III. MAN 



Man was created by the special act of God, in His own image, and is the crowning work of 
His creation. In the beginning, man was innocent of sin and was endowed by His Creator with 
freedom of choice. By his free choice, man sinned against God and brought sin into the human 
race. Through the temptation of Satan, man transgressed the command of God and fell from 
his original innocence; whereby his posterity inherit a nature and an environment inclined 
toward sin, and as soon as they are capable of moral action become transgressors and are under 
condemnation. Only the grace of God can bring man into His holy fellowship and enable man 
to fulfill the creative purpose of God. The sacredness of human personality is evident in that 
God created man in His own image, and in that Christ died for man; therefore, every man 
possesses dignity and is worthy of respect and Christian love. 

IV. SALVATION 

Salvation involves the redemption of the whole man, and is offered freely to all who accept 
Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour, who by His own blood obtained eternal redemption for the 
believer. In its broadest sense, salvation includes regeneration, sanctification, and 
glorification. 

A. Regeneration, or the new birth, is a work of God's grace whereby believers become new 
creatures of Christ Jesus. It is a change of heart wrought by the Holy Spirit through conviction 
of sin, to which the sinner responds in repentance toward God and faith in the Lord Jesus 
Christ. 

Repentance and faith are inseparable experiences of grace. Repentance is a genuine turning 
from sin toward God. Faith is the acceptance of Jesus Christ and commitment of the entire per- 
sonality to Him as Lord and Saviour. Justification is God's gracious and full acquittal upon 
principles of His righteousness of all sinners who repent and believe in Christ. Justification 
brings the believer into a relationship of peace and favor with God. 

B. Sanctification is the experience, beginning in regeneration, by which the believer is set 
apart to God's purposes, and is enabled to progress toward moral and spiritual perfection 
through the presence and power of the Holy Spirit dwelling in him. Growth in grace should 
continue throughout the regenerate person's life. 

C. Glorification is the culmination of salvation and is the final blessed and abiding state of 
the redeemed. 

V. GOD'S PURPOSE OF GRACE 

Election is the gracious purpose of God, according to which He regenerates, sanctifies, and 
glorifies sinners. It is consistent with the free agency of man, and comprehends all the means 
in connection with the end. It is a glorious display of God's sovereign goodness, and is in- 
finitely wise, holy, and unchangeable. It excludes boasting and promotes humility. 

All true believers endure to the end. Those whom God has accepted in Christ, and sancti- 
fied by His Spirit, will never fall away from the state of grace, but shall preserve to the end. 
Believers may fall into sin through neglect and temptation, whereby they grieve the Spirit, 
impair their graces and comforts, bring reproach on the cause of Christ, and temporal 
judgments on themselves, yet they shall be kept by the power of God through faith unto 
salvation. 

VI. THE CHURCH 

A New Testament church of the Lord Jesus Christ is a local body of baptized believers who 
are associated by covenant in the faith and fellowship of the gospel, observing the two ordi- 
nances of Christ, committed to His teachings, exercising the gifts, rights, and privileges in- 
vested in them by His Word, and seeking to extend the gospel to the ends of the earth. 

This church is an autonomous body, operating through democratic processes under the 
Lordship of Jesus Christ. In such a congregation, members are equally responsible. Its Scrip- 
tural officers are pastors and deacons. 

The New Testament speaks also of the church as the body of Christ which includes all of the 
redeemed of all the ages. 

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VII. BAPTISM AND THE LORD'S SUPPER 

Christian baptism is the immersion of a believer in water in the name of the Father, the Son, 
and the Holy Spirit. It is an act of obedience symbolizing the believer's faith in a crucified, 
buried, and risen Saviour, the believer's death to sin, the burial of the old life, and the 
resurrection to walk in newness of life in Christ Jesus. It is a testimony to his faith in the final 
resurrection of the dead. Being a church ordinance, it is prerequisite to the privileges of 
church membership and to the Lord's Supper. 

The Lord's Supper is a symbolic act of obedience whereby members of the church, through 
partaking of the bread and the fruit of the vine, memorialize the death of the Redeemer and 
anticipate His second coming. 

VIII. THE LORD'S DAY 
The first day of the week is the Lord's Day. It is a Christian institution for regular obser- 
vance. It commemorates the resurrection of Christ from the dead and should be employed in 
exercises of worship and spiritual devotion, both public and private, and by refraining from 
worldly amusements, and resting from secular employments, work of necessity and mercy only 
being excepted. 

IX. THE KINGDOM 

The Kingdom of God includes both His general sovereignty over the universe and His par- 
ticular kingship over men who willfully acknowledge Him as King. Particularly the Kingdom 
is the realm of salvation into which men enter by trustful, childlike commitment to Jesus 
Christ. Christians ought to pray and to labor that the Kingdom may come and God's will be 
done on earth. The full consummation of the Kingdom awaits the return of Jesus Christ and 
the end of this age. 

X. LAST THINGS 

God, in His own time and in His own way, will bring the world its appropriate end. Ac- 
cording to His promise, Jesus Christ will return personally and visibly in glory to the earth; 
the dead will be raised; and Christ will judge all men in righteousness. The unrighteous will 
be consigned to Hell, the place of everlasting punishment. The righteous in their resurrected 
and glorified bodies will receive their reward and will dwell forever in Heaven with the Lord. 

XL EVANGELISM AND MISSIONS 

It is the duty and privilege of every follower of Christ and of every church of the Lord Jesus 
Christ to endeavor to make disciples of all nations. The new birth of man's spirit by God's Holy 
Spirit means the birth of love for others. Missionary effort on the part of all rests thus upon a 
spiritual necessity of the regenerate life, and is expressly and repeatedly commanded in the 
teachings of Christ. It is the duty of every child of God to seek constantly to win the lost to 
Christ by personal effort and by all other methods in harmony with the gospel of Christ. 

XII. EDUCATION 

The cause of education in the Kingdom of Christ is co-ordinate with the causes of missions 
and general benevolence, and should receive along with these, the liberal support of the chur- 
ches. An adequate system of Christian schools is necessary to a complete spiritual program for 
Christ's people. 

In Christian education, there should be a proper balance between academic freedom and 
academic responsibility. Freedom in any orderly relationship of human life is always limited 
and never absolute. The freedom of a teacher in a Christian school, college, or seminary is 
limited by the pre-eminence of Jesus Christ, by the authoritative nature of the Scriptures, and 
by the distinct purpose for which the school exists. 



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XIII. STEWARDSHIP 



God is the source of all blessings, temporal and spiritual; all that we have and are, we owe to 
Him. Christians have a spiritual debtorship to the whole world, a holy trusteeship in the 
gospel, and a binding stewardship in their possessions. They are therefore under the obligation 
to serve Him with their time, talents, and material possessions; and should recognize all these 
as entrusted to them to use for the glory of God and for helping others. According to the Scrip- 
tures, Christians should contribute of their means cheerfully, regularly, systematically, 
proportionately, and liberally for the advancement of the Redeemer's cause on earth. 

XIV. COOPERATION 

Christ's people should, as occasion requires, organize such associations and conventions as 
may best secure cooperation for the great objects of the Kingdom of God. Such organizations 
have no authority over one another or over the churches. They are voluntary and advisory 
bodies designed to elicit, combine, and direct the energies of our people in the most effective 
manner. Members of New Testament churches should cooperate with one another in carrying 
forward the missionary, educational, and benevolent ministries for the extension of Christ's 
Kingdom. Christian unity in the New Testament sense is spiritual harmony and voluntary 
cooperation for common ends by various groups of Christ's people. Cooperation is desirable 
between the various Christian denominations, when the end to be attained is itself 
justified, and when such cooperation involves no violation of conscience or compromise of 
loyalty to Christ and His Word as revealed in the New Testament. 

XV. THE CHRISTIAN AND THE SOCIAL ORDER 

Every Christian is under obligation to seek to make the will of Christ supreme in his own life 
and in human society. Means and methods used for the improvement of society and the 
establishment of righteousness among men can be truly and permanently helpful only when 
they are rooted in the regeneration of the individual by the saving grace of God in Christ 
Jesus. The Christian should oppose in the spirit of Christ every form of greed, selfishness, and 
vice. He should work to provide for the orphaned, the needy, the aged, the helpless, and the 
sick. Every Christian should seek to bring industry, government, and society as a whole under 
the sway of the principles of righteousness, truth, and brotherly love. In order to promote these 
ends, Christians should be ready to work with all men of good will in any good cause, always 
being careful to act in the spirit of love without compromising their loyalty to Christ and His 
truth. 

XVI. PEACE AND WAR 

It is the duty of Christians to seek peace with all men on principles of righteousness. In ac- 
cordance with the spirit and teachings of Christ, they should do all in their power to put an 
end to war. 

The true remedy for the war spirit is the gospel of our Lord. The supreme need of the world 
is the acceptance of His teachings in all the affairs of men and nations, and the practical ap- 
plication of His law of love. 

XVII. RELIGIOUS LIBERTY 

God alone is Lord of the conscience, and He has left it free from the doctrines and com- 
mandments of men which are contrary to His Word or not contained in it. Church and state 
should be separate. The state owes to every church protection and full freedom in the pursuit 
of its spiritual ends. In providing for such freedom, no ecclesiastical group or denomination 
should be favored by the state more than others. Civil government being ordained of God, it is 
the duty of Christians to render loyal obedience thereto in all things not contrary to the 
revealed will of God. The church should not resort to the civil power to carry on its work. The 
gospel of Christ contemplates spiritual means alone for the pursuit of its ends. The state has 
no right to impose penalties for religious opinions of any kind. The state has no right to impose 



taxes for the support of any form of religion. A free church in a free state is the Christian 
ideal, and this implies the right of free and unhindered access to God on the part of all men, 
and the right to form and propagate opinions in the sphere of religion without interference by 
the civil power. 



Proceedings 

102nd Annual Session 

Tuesday, October 22, 1985 
SILO AM BAPTIST CHURCH 

1. A musical prelude was presented by pianist, Mrs. Alton Parker, from Murfreesboro 
Baptist Church. 

2. The 102nd annual meeting of West Chowan Baptist Association was called to order by 
William G. Lawrence, moderator. 

3. The congregation sang the hymn, "Praise Him! Praise Him!" under the direction of 
Miss Anna Belle Crouch and accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Parker. 

4. Doyle Holder, pastor of Siloam Church, read the Scripture and led in prayer. 

5. A welcome to messengers and visitors was expressed by Doyle Holder. 

6. Response to the welcome was given by Mrs. Rhodes Pratt, Riverside Church. 

7. Charles Edwards, chairman of Order of Business Committee, moved that the program as 
printed in the Book of Reports constitute the program. 

8. The moderator appointed the following committees: parliamentarian, Russell Johnson; 
Committee on Committees - chairman, Thomas Caulkins, Hubert Mizelle, Gerald Riggs, Mrs. 
Billy Harris, Mrs. Rhodes Pratt, and Roy Lowry; Committee on Place and Preacher - chair- 
man, Cecil Aldridge, Mark Morris, and Jack Lutz; Resolutions Committee - chairman, James 
Hester, Mrs. Frank Stansbury, and Mrs. R. G. Whitley; Enrollment Committee - Siloam: 
Mrs. Leroy Mobley, Mrs. Doyle Holder, and Mrs. Thomas Speller; Union: Mrs. B. A. Peter- 
son, Mrs. Reba Charles, and Mrs. Louise Lassiter. 

9. Henry Powell, director of missions, introduced the following new pastors who have come 
into the association since last October: 

Jim Wright, Powellsville Luther High, Severn 

Robert Hall, Pleasant Grove Larry McCarty, Kelford 

Jim Harris, St. John's Windell Patterson, Robert's Chapel 

Gordon Rawls, Ross Harvey Jackson, Republican 

John Oliver, Ashley's Grove Dave Holladay, Bethel 

Bob Skeens, Center Grove & Menola Bob Rodgers, Rich Square 

Jim Hall, Edgewood 

10. The Enrollment Committee reported 215 present. 

11. The moderator's message was given by William G. Lawrence. 

12. The congregation sang the hymn, "Lead On, O King Eternal." 

13. The General Board Report was given by the clerk, Mrs. Henry Powell. 

14. Lonnie Armstrong gave the Missions Committee Report. 

15. The Evangelism Committee Report was given by chairman, Jack Byrd. He shared his 
time with Gerald Riggs who is enlistment chairman for the simultaneous revivals in March 
1986. 

16. The Treasurer's Report was given by treasurer, Miss Sally Ann Barber. 

17. In the absence of the chairman of the Budget/ Finance Committee, Miss Barber pre- 
sented the 1985-86 associational budget. The budget was adopted as printed in the Book of 
Reports. 

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18. Thomas Caulkins, chairman of Committee on Committees, moved the adoption of this 
report. Motion carried. 

19. Robbie Parker, chairman of the Committee on Nominations, moved the adoption of this 
report. Motion carried. 

20. The Ordinations Report was given by Daniel Spell. 

21. Jack Byrd, chairman of Constitution Committee, read the first of two readings on con- 
stitutional changes. 

22. Lemar Wheeler, chairman of associational Building Committee, reported on the work 
this committee is doing. He showed a scale model of the proposed building prepared by Miss 
Teresa Edwards, a student at Roanoke-Chowan Technical Institute. Mr. Wheeler recom- 
mended that this body ask the Budget/Finance Committee to come up with a way to raise 
money for the building. He suggested a rally day or some other way. Richard Cooke made a 
motion to accept the recommendation. Jack Byrd made the second. Motion carried. 

23. Charles Edwards, chairman of associational Property Committee, described the location 
of the associational property on Memorial Drive, Ahoskie. 

24. The Sunday School Report was given by Shelby Stephens. 

25. Frank Stansbury gave the Church Training Report with announcements about "M" 
Night on November 25 at Aulander. 

26. The Woman's Missionary Union Report was given by Mrs. Roger Miller. 

27. Truett Duncan gave the RA Report. 

28. Miss Anna Belle Crouch gave the Music Report. 

29. The congregation sang the hymn, "Open My Eyes." 

30. Bob Rogers, pastor of Rich Square Baptist Church, read from I Peter 2:9-12 and led in 
prayer. 

31. Special music was presented by soloist, Mrs. Wanda Britton, Lasker Church. 

32. Richard Cooke, pastor of Mt. Tabor Church, preached the sermon entitled "Out of 
Darkness Into the Light." 

33. The congregation sang the hymn, "I Have Decided to Follow Jesus." 

34. Bill Harkins expressed thanks for the evening meal. 

EVENING SESSION 

35. A musical prelude was presented by the adult choir of Buckhorn Baptist Church under 
the direction of Mrs. William Lawrence and accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Howard 
Taylor. 

36. The moderator called the evening session to order. 

37. The congregation sang the hymn, "We Have Heard the Joyful Sound." 

38. James L. Hall, pastor of Edgewood Church, read the Scripture and led in prayer. 

39. Mrs. Doyle Holder read the history of Siloam Baptist Church. 
340. The congregation sang the hymn, "Revive Us Again." 

41. Gerald Riggs introduced Dr. Victor Cole, Division of Evangelism Baptist State Conven- 
tion. 

42. The evening message was brought by Dr. Cole. 

43. The congregation sang, "Take My Life." 

44. The benediction was pronounced by Joe McLean. 

Wednesday, October 23, 1985 
UNION BAPTIST CHURCH 

45. A piano prelude was presented by Mrs. Lawrence Sumner, Union Baptist Church. 

46. The moderator called the session to order. 

47. The congregation sang the hymn, "I Will Sing the Wondrous Story." 

48. Michael Johnson read the Scripture and led in prayer. 

49. Michael Johnson, pastor of Union Church, extended a welcome to the messengers and 
visitors. 

50. The response to the welcome was given by Mrs. Ollie Brown, from First Baptist Church, 
Ahoskie. 

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51. The history of Union Church was given by Michael Johnson. 

52. The director of missions introduced another new pastor, John Doyle, pastor of 
Harrellsville Church. The director of missions gave his report. 

53. The congregation sang the hymn, "Come, Thou Fount." 

54. The director of missions introduced the speaker, Bill Morrow, Resident Director of Bap- 
tist Children's Homes in Kinston. 

55. Mr. Morrow spoke about the work of the Children's Homes. 

56. Mr. Morrow presented the director of missions with a book, A Hundred Years of Caring, 
which depicts the history of Baptist Children's Homes. 

57. The congregation sang the hymn, "Glorious Is Thy Name." 

58. Jimmy Ward, pastor of Brantley's Grove Church, read John 4:19-30 and led in prayer. 

59. Special music was presented by Chowan College Choir under the direction of Dr. James 
Chamblee. 

60. The morning message was brought by P. T. Worrell, pastor of Margarettsville and 
Mt. Carmel Churches. 

61. The congregation sang the hymn, "Beneath the Cross of Jesus." 

62. Dr. Bruce Whitaker, President of Chowan College, gave thanks for the noon meal. 

AFTERNOON SESSION 

63. A piano prelude was presented by Mrs. Sumner. 

64. The moderator called the afternoon session to order. 

65. The congregation sang the hymn, "Send the Light." 

66. Robert Hall, pastor of Pleasant Grove Church, read the Scripture and led in prayer. 

67. Special music was presented by Miss Crouch. 

68. Place and Preacher Committee Report was given by chairman, Cecil Aldridge. The 
committee recommended the association meet October 21, 1986, with Aulander Church, with 
Green's Cross Church as co-host. Wayne Simpson will be the speaker, with Hugh Mizelle as the 
alternate. Also, October 22, 1986, with Ashley's Grove Church, with Buckhorn Church as co- 
host. Cecil Harkey will be the speaker and Doyle Holder the alternate. The spring meeting 
will be with Elm Grove Church, with Merry Hill Church as co-host. 

69. The Resolutions Committee Report was given by chairman, Jim Hester. 

70. The Memorial Service was conducted by Joe Polinski, pastor of Wakelon Church. 

71. Mrs. Peterson reported 225 present. 

72. Jack Byrd, chairman of Constitution Committee, presented the second reading on con- 
stitutional changes. After much discussion, the vote carried to adopt the changes as presented 
by the committee. 

73. The congregation sang the hymn, "Saviour, Like a Shepherd Lead Us." 

74. James Langford introduced the speaker, Miss Sue Fitzgerald, from Mars Hill College. 

75. Miss Fitzgerald spoke on Christian higher education. 

76. The new officers were recognized and the gavels presented to the incoming moderator, 
Nathan Copeland, III, by outgoing moderator, William G. Lawrence. 

77. The director made a motion that Miss Anna Belle Crouch be elected as director of music 
for the association. The Nominating Committee failed to fill this position. Motion carried. 

78. The congregation sang the hymn, "I Am Thine, O Lord." 

79. Ken Bunch, pastor of Green's Cross Church, pronounced the benediction. 

80. Adjourned. 



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Reports 



General Board Report 

The General Board of West Chowan Baptist Association met four times during the year. 
William G. Lawrence, moderator, presided over the meetings. 

The Board approved a recommendation from the Executive Committee to change the time 
of the meetings of the Executive Committee and General Board. The General Board will meet 
on the third Monday of the first month of the quarter. The Executive Committee will meet on 
Monday the week prior to the General Board meeting. This change of meeting time will allow 
the treasurer to give a complete report on the past quarter's receipts and disbursements. 

The Board accepted a motion for Bertie Union meeting to become the spring meeting of 
West Chowan Baptist Association. The name Bertie Union will be dropped. The associational 
officers will serve both meetings. 

At each meeting the organizational directors reported on work being done in and through 
their organizations. Meetings were promoted. Shely Stephens, Sunday School director, en- 
couraged participation in the March 1985 Sunday School Enlistment/Enlargement Campaign. 
Eleven churches participated in the campaign. 

Frank Stansbury, Church Training director, reported on "M" Night and Youth Night. 
Several churches had children and youth in the Bible Drills. 

Mrs. Ruth Miller, WMU director, reported training for the WMU council and the 
churches. Two leadership conferences were well attended. Each age-level director has had 
associational meetings for their organization. New mission organizations have been organized 
in many of the churches. 

Mr. Truitt Duncan, RA director, had several churches involved in the RA track meet in 
May. 

The various committees gave reports on their work. The Evangelism Committee, Jack Byrd, 
chairman, encouraged participation in the March 9-16, 1986 simultaneous revivals. Lonnie 
Armstrong, chairman of Missions Committee, reported several church groups have been in- 
volved in mission projects as well as individuals. Mrs. Billy Harris from Galatia Church went 
to Togo. Mrs. William Lawrence from Buckhorn Church went to Jamaica. The Board voted 
to help with their expenses. Mrs. Harris was given $500.00 and Mrs. Lawrence was given 
$200.00. Mr. Harry Ward from Winton Church went with a construction group to work on a 
church in England. 

The associational Building and Property Committees kept the General Board informed on 
the progress of their committees. Jersey Street, on which our property is located, is being 
curbed, guttered, and paved. The Board approved the expenditure of $50.00 for appraising 
the property and $2,640.00 for the guttering, curbing, and paving. Blueprints are being 
drawn under the supervision of Glenn McFadden, professor at Roanoke Chowan Technical 
Institute. Lemar Wheeler had a scale model of the proposed associational building at the Oc- 
tober meeting of the General Board. 

Mary H. Powell, Clerk 

Missions Committee Report 

"Volunteers In Missions" is still a top priority in our work in West Chowan Association. 
There have been a number of churches that have been involved in several different projects 
this past year. 

1. Mrs. Corene Harris of Galatia went to Togo as a volunteer cook in January for two 
months. The association made a contribution of $500.00 towards her expenses. 



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2. A group of volunteers from the Winton Church went to Caswell in the early spring to 
work on repairing some of the buildings. 

3. A group of men and women from the Seaboard Church went to Fruitland Bible Institute 
in June. They refurbished the missionary's home and did some landscape work. 

4. Mrs. William Lawrence went to Jamaica in July with a group sponsored by the Foreign 
Mission Board to work in a cooperative effort between Southern Baptist and Jamaican Bap- 
tist that began in 1983. She was involved in Vacation Bible School and Evangelism. We had a 
part by our association contributing $200.00 to help with her expenses. 

5. A group from Ahoskie First Baptist Church went to West Virginia in July to work on a 
church building. 

6. Miss Anna Belle Crouch went with the Home Mission Board's Christian Service Corps to 
Colorado in October of 1984. She worked with the churches in the area. 

7. A number of students have also become involved in volunteer projects. Tommy Eure from 
Severn Church and Will Lawrence from Buckhorn Church went to Caswell and worked on re- 
pairing buildings during Christmas holidays. 

8. Mr. Harry Ward from Winton Church went to England in September with a group of 
Baptist Men from across the state to work on a church building near the U.S. Air Force Base. 

We are proud of these and all others (that we do not have information on) who have done 
volunteer work this past year. As chairman of the Missions Committee, let me remind you that 
these opportunities are still open to all who will go. Our three partnerships and new work 
projects, as well as the work at Caswell, are among the great challenges of the new year. Pray 
that God will send forth the laborers. 



"Good News America, God Loves You" is our theme for the simultaneous revivals scheduled 
in our association for March 9-16, 1986. It is our sincere desire that all sixty of our churches 
participate in these tremendous revivals. The days ahead will involve us in people search and 
Bible distribution in our individual communities. Pastors should prepare their people and use 
them to discover their prospects for Christ. Training in witnessing is an absolute must if we 
win people to Jesus Christ. "Great Day in the Morning" (High Attendance Day in Sunday 
School) and Cultivation Witness Commitment Day should be observed in our churches this 
Sunday, October 27, 1985. 

If we win lost and unchurched people to Christ, we must know who they are and where they 
are. Having located them, we can witness more intelligently to them. We must encourage our 
people to begin now to pray for revival. 

Your Evangelism Committee, earlier in the year, organized a simultaneous revival Steering 
Committee and this committee is at work helping prepare our churches for great revivals 
during March 9-16, 1986. These people recently attended a Regional Evangelism Conference 
at Roanoke Rapids, NC and some time later the information acquired there will be shared 
with our churches. Also, a great Evangelistic Rally is being planned for late January or early 
February. Date, place, time, and evangelist will be announced at a later date. 

Our prayer should be that God will bless us in a wonderful way as we continue to make our 
plans for great simultaneous revivals in all of our churches during the week of March 9-16, 



Lonnie R. Armstrong, Chairman 



Evangelism Report 



1986. 



Jack W. Byrd, Chairman 



Report of Committee on Nominations 



Moderator 

Vice Moderator 
Treasurer .... 



.... Nathan Copeland 
.... Mrs. Billy Harris 
Miss Sally Ann Barber 



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Clerk 

Sunday School . . . 
Church Training 

Brotherhood . 

R.A 



Mrs. Henry Powell 

Shelby Stephens 

Frank Stansbury 

Dave Holladay, Jr. 

Truitt Duncan 

Robbie Parker, Chairman 



Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements - General Fund 

WEST CHOWAN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
October 1, 1984 - October 1, 1985 



CASH BALANCE OCTOBER 1, 1985 


$ 3,600.00 


RECEIPTS: 




Association Mission Contributions 


$47,272.69 


Sales Tax Refund 


34.19 


Interest on Checking Account 


225.96 


Pulpit Supply 


200.00 


Minutes 


35.00 


Sunday School Enlargement/Enlistment 


750.00 


World Hunger 


40.00 


Good News America Revival 


178.00 


TOTAL RECEIPTS 


$48,735.84 


TOTAL BALANCE PLUS RECEIPTS 


$52,335.84 



DISBURSEMENTS: 



Director: 



Salary 


$12,000.00 


Rent 


2,215.00 


Utilities 


1,549.74 


Office: 




Rent 


1,200.00 


Utilities 


1,081.98 


Supplies 


3,223.59 


Secretary 


4,800.00 


FICA Expense 


337.80 


Organizations: 




Sunday School 


1,261.77 


Church Training 


335.28 


Brotherhood/RA 


136.90 


Music 


.09 


Minutes: 




Printing 


789.80 


Clerk's Honorarium 


200.00 


Clerk's Expense 


50.00 


General: 




Director's Travel 


2,544.00 


Treasurer 


200.00 


Evangelism 


.00 


SBC Annuity 


5,048.28 


Convention Expense 


750.00 


Annual Session 


75.00 



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Key Leader 306.00 
Christmas: 

Director 250.00 

Secretary 150.00 

Seminary Extension .00 

Library -00 

Missions Committee 700.00 

Office Equipment .00 

World Hunger 40.00 

Miscellaneous (Treasurer's Bond) 25.00 

Transfers to Building Account 9,565.70 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $48,835.84 

CASH BALANCE, SEPTEMBER 30, 1985 $ 3,500.00 



BUILDING FUND - CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
October 1, 1984 - October 1, 1985 



CASH BALANCE, OCTOBER 1, 1984 
RECEIPTS: 

From churches 

Interest on Checking 

Transfers from General Fund 
TOTAL RECEIPTS 
TOTAL BALANCE PLUS RECEIPTS 
DISBURSEMENTS: 

Appraisal Fee 

Curb and Gutter and Paving 
TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 
CASH BALANCE, SEPTEMBER 30, 1985 



$15,944.12 

684.58 
1,434.64 
9,565.70 
$11,684.92 
$27,629.04 

50.00 
2,640.00 
$ 2,690.00 
$24,939.04 



RECEIVED FROM THE CHURCHES 
October 1, 1984 through September 30, 1985 





Building 


General 




Building 


General 




Fund 


Fund 




Fund 


Fund 


Ahoskie, First 




$ 3,000.00 


Kelford 




330.00 


Ashely's Grove 




1,043.72 


Lasker 




250.00 


Askewville 




1,500.00 


Lawrence 




282.21 


Aulander 




1,250.00 


Lewiston, First 




350.00 


Bethany 


353.95 


1,061.81 


Margarettsville 




168.54 


Bethel 




320.00 


Mars Hill 




550.00 


Bethlehem 




60.00 


Meherrin 




1,277.08 


Brantley's Grove 




275.00 


Menola 


200.00 


200.00 


Buckhorn 




600.00 


Merry Hill 




875.00 


Capeharts 




697.33 


Mt. Carmel 




.00 


Cashie 




3,104.17 


Mt. Tabor 




863.71 


Center Grove 




722.38 


Murfreesboro 




1,950.00 


Christian Harbor 




400.00 


Oak Grove 




100.00 


Colerain 




1,000.00 


Pleasant Grove 




1,206.31 


Connaritsa 




300.00 


Potecasi 




500.00 


Conway 




3,000.00 


Powellsville 




1,269.12 



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Creech Memorial 


1,339.44 


Republican 




75.00 


Creeksville 


240.00 


Rich Square 




1,519.47 


Earlys 


350.00 


Riverside 




350.00 


Edgewood 


240.00 


Robert's Chapel 




400.00 


Elam 


451.64 


Ross 




500.00 


Elm Grove 


1,200.00 


St. John's 




550.00 


Galatia 


2,000.00 


Sandy Run 




456.00 


Green's Cross 


1,145.20 


Seaboard 




366.63 


Harrelsville 


562.50 


Severn 




450.00 


Hebron 


.00 


Siloam 




135.00 


Holly Grove 


140.00 


Union 




1,330.23 


Holly Springs 


186.00 


Wakelon 




.00 


Hortons 


180.00 


Winton 


130.63 


2,524.00 


Jackson 


458.26 


Woodland 




1,606.94 






TOTALS 


$684.58 


$47,272.69 


Proposed Associational Budget for 1985-86 




Budget Item 




Current Budget 


For 1985-86 


I. Associational Director 










1. Salary 






$12,000.00 


$15,000.00 


2. House Rent 






1,800.00 


3,600.00 


3. Home Utilities 






1,500.00 


1,600.00 


II. Associational Office 










4. Office Rent 






1,200.00 


1,200.00 


5. Utilities 






1,200.00 


1,200.00 


6. Supplies 






3,000.00 


3,600.00 


7. Salary, Secretary 






4,800.00 


5,400.00 


8. FICA (secretary) 






338.40 


380.70 


III. Associational Organizations 










9. Sunday School 






1,500.00 


750.00 


10. Church Training 






500.00 


500.00 


11. Brotherhood 






450.00 


100.00 


12. Church Music 






100.00 


100.00 


IV. Minutes 










13. Printing 






725.00 


800.00 


14. Clerk, Honorarium 






200.00 


200.00 


15. Clerk, Expenses 






50.00 


50.00 


V. General 










16. Director, Travel 






2,544.00 


3,000.00 


17. Treasurer, Honorarium 




200.00 


250.00 


18. Evangelism Committee 






1,000.00 


1,000.00 


19. SBC Annuity Board 






5,082.00 


5,682.00 


20. Convention Expense 






750.00 


750.00 


21. Annual Session 






300.00 


150.00 


22. Key Leader Conference 






300.00 


350.00 


23. Christmas, Director 






250.00 


250.00 


24. Christmas, Secretary 






150.00 


150.00 


25. Seminary Extension 






50.00 


50.00 


26. Library Committee 






50.00 


50.00 


27. Missions Committee 






500.00 


700.00 



28. Office Equipment 

29. Miscellaneous 

30. Associational Office 



1,000.00 
100.00 



1,000.00 
100.00 



Savings 



TOTAL 



12,000.00 
$53,639.40 



12,000.00* 
$59,962.70 



* By action of the General Board all monies over $3,000.00 in the general fund at the end of 
each month will be transferred to savings. 



1. The Associational Assist Team composed of: Mary Powell, Henry Powell, Rita Rogers, 
Richard Cooke, Luther High, Robbie Parker, Michael Johnson, and Shelby L. Stephens. 

2. State V.B.S. Training, February 25, 1985; host church was Immanuel Baptist Church, 
Greenville. V.B.S. team attended. 

3. Enlargement and Enrollment Campaign, March 16-24; host church was Creech Memorial 
Baptist Church, Ahoskie. Eleven (11) churches participated. Coordinator was Jay Lawson. 

4. Associational V.B.S. Clinic, April 29, 1985; host church was Aulander Baptist Church. 
One hundred thirty (130) workers from twenty-two (22) churches attended this one night 
session. 

5. Effective Workshop Training, May 2, 1985; host church was First Baptist Church, Rocky 
Mount. Basic ASSIST team attended. 

6. Key Leadership Conference, May 13-14; host was Ridgecrest Conference Center. Michael 
Johnson and Shelby L. Stephens represented the Sunday School area. 

7. Associational Key Leadership Conference Highlights, August 12, 1985; host church was 
Ahoskie First Baptist Church. This was a well attended meeting. 

8. 8.5 by 85 Celebration Sunday, September 29, 1985; The associational office report in- 
dicates West Chowan Baptist Association Sunday School re-enrollment as being 8,424. Minus 
74 from the preceding year. 

The Sunday School has been the organization that can be utilized in the total life of the 
church. It is a tool used in reaching people, baptizing people, providing an environment for 
the nurturing of people, teaching them, and discipling them. 

I want to offer my thanks to our director of missions, and ASSIST team members for their 
support in leadership training in our association. I deeply appreciate the supportive role of all 
pastors and lay leaders in keeping before their people the need for developing believers. 



Church Training is the organization assigned the task of helping church members, new 
church members, and church leaders (also potential leaders) grow in their Christian 
discipleship. The Church Training program does not compete with other church programs, 
but when properly administered enhances the total work of the church. 

The Church Training program has responsibility for teaching in five major content areas. 
These are: Christian doctrine, Christian ethics, Christian history, Christian polity and 
organization, and skill development (in performing the function of a New Testament church). 

During the past year, Church Training in our association accomplished the following: 

1. I attended the Key Leadership Conference at Ridgecrest. 

2. I led the Church Training part of our associational Key Leadership Conference at 
Ahoskie, First. 

3. We had the associational Children's/Youth Bible Drill Tournament at Winton Baptist 
church. 



Sunday School Report 



Shelby L. Stephens 



Church Training Report 



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4. There was one state Children's Bible Drill winner from Winton Church. 

5. We had regional and state Youth Bible Drill winners from Galatia and Winton 
Churches. 

6. Youth Night was held at Galatia Baptist Church with the Caroll Puppets from Roanoke 
Rapids and guest speaker, Rev. Ricky Barnes from Quanbey Baptist Church, Roanoke 
Rapids, North Carolina. 

7. "M" Night was held at Winton Baptist Church with a great attendance. The theme was 
"Evangelism and Missions" featuring volunteers to Togo. Guest speaker was Rev. Paul 
Forester, pastor Nansemond River Baptist Church, Suffolk, Virginia. 

8. Church Training Council attended the Church Training workshop at Caraway Con- 
ference Center, Asheboro, in January. 

To strengthen the Church Training program in our association and to begin new programs, 
we have an excellent Church Training Council. They are: 

Frank Stansbury, Director 

Kenneth Bunch, Adult Leader 

Elaine Coburn, Youth Leader 

Janie Stansbury, Children's Leader 

Nancy Bunch, Preschool Leader 

Wayne Simpson, New Church Member Leader 
I appreciate your attendance and support of the many Church Training activities this past 
year and ask that you continue to pray and support the many activities planned for 1985-86. 

Frank Stansbury, Director 

Woman's Missionary Union Report 

WMU in West Chowan has been growing and being revived this year. One of our ladies, 
Mrs. Corene Harris, went to Togo for eight weeks. We had some to go to West Virginia and 
more planning to go to Togo. 

Our annual meeting was held at Cashie. Mrs. Harris shared her experiences in Togo. Mrs. 
Jan High brought greetings from the state WMU office. A skit showing 100 years of WMU 
work, written by Mrs. Corinne Thorud of Edenton, NC was presented by the WMU council. 
Mrs. Thorud was present. 

We had two Mission Action workshops. One was in Bertie County and one Hertford County. 

We had our leadership conferences this year at Union and Severn Churches. Approximately 
345 attended the two meetings. 

Each age-level director and assistant have had associational activities for their organization. 
Some of these activities included: 

Mission Friends manual study and At Home By the Phone Day. 

GA's made a trip to the Foreign Mission Board in Richmond, Virginia. They had a 
Father-Daughter-Pastor Banquet at Woodland with a missionary and daughter as guests. They 
had two camps at Chowan College which made the local papers and the Biblical Recorder. 
"Christmas in August" was observed at Winton Church with "Skeet" Hadley as guest speaker. 

Acteens had a leader manual study and the Acteen council went to Ridgecrest for 
training. 

BYW had a manual study. They had a banquet at Murfreesboro Church with Miss Anna 
Belle Crouch as guest speaker. 

YBW had a manual study. Their banquet was at Askew ville with Mr. Larry McClure as 
the speaker. They had a Valentine get together and a prayer retreat. 

Baptist Women had three "How to Witness to Jehovah's Witness" in each of our three 
counties. 

As we strive to keep missions in the hearts of Southern Baptists, we need your prayers and 
support. 



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Ruth Miller, 1984-85 



R.A. Report 



We still have many churches in our association without an R.A. chapter. We challenge all 
churches to get the boys involved in R.A. mission work. Along with the mission work, the 
R.A's have a good time in camping, basketball, and track meets. 

We had a wonderful track meet this past spring at Ahoskie High School track field with at 
least 100 boys participating. 

We had an R.A. leader workshop for our association conducted by Eddie Pettit, State R.A. 
Director with the Baptist State Convention on April 22, 1985. 

George T. Duncan 

Music Report 

It has been a privilege to participate in the continuing efforts to make church music an in- 
tegral part of the complete church program in our association, serving with the Executive 
Committee, the General Board, and with a number of you during the past year. 

Specific relationships involved having valuable orientation with Charles Storey, associate 
Director of Music, North Carolina Baptist Convention, Henry Powell, West Chowan Baptist 
Association, and Don Gober, regional music director; leading the music for the annual Youth 
Night at Galatia Baptist Church; speaking and singing at the Associational Baptist Young 
Women's banquet at the Murfreesboro Church; attending the state Leadership Conference 
with other association leaders at Ridgecrest in May; the associational Leadership Conference at 
First Baptist Church; Ahoskie, August 12, with the music directors; discussing our needs, the 
program for 1985-86, and the "Good News America, God Loves You" simultaneous revivals; 
participating in the services for North Carolina Baptist Missions Week of Prayer services at 
Woodland, Murfreesboro, and Harrellsville Churches. 

My hopes and prayers for West Chowan Baptist Association are that all phases of our Baptist 
witnessing will reach out during the coming year as we work together, being committed to our 
tasks, understanding the needs and desires of our people, and being enthusiastic as well as 
energetic in our ministries. This is our CUE in furthering the love of Christ in our world. 

Anna Belle Crouch 




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History of Siloam Baptist Church 




The history of Siloam Baptist Church began January 1, 1879. On that date Elder Bythiel 
Leggett moved his family from Green's Cross Roads Community to the old Speller plantation. 

There was no church or school in the community. The nearest church was the old Roquist 
Chapel. The nearest schools were five miles or more away. Elder Leggett, a licensed minister, 
sought to solve the church problem. Beginning in the spring in his own yard, Elder Leggett 
held preaching services. From this beginning, the seed was sown which later developed into 
Siloam Baptist Church of Indian Woods Township of Bertie County. 

Soon after this, Elder Leggett was ordained to the gospel ministry. He obtained an old aban- 
doned store at the junction of the Speller Ferry Road and Grabtown Road. He organized a 
Sunday School and preached on the second Sunday morning of each month. 

People began moving into the community. A school was built on land given by Judge James 
Bond. Mr. Charles Bloomfield Speller was the first teacher. Many of Mr. Speller's descendants 
live in the community today. 

The congregation moved from the store into the new school house for church services. It was 
located on the Grabtown Road near an old mill pond which provided facilities for baptismal 
services. The mill pond reminded people of the "Pool of Siloam" mentioned in the Bible, thus 
the naming of the church. 

In 1885, following a series of revival services many people were added to the congregation of 
the church. The congregation became too large for the school building. The need for a church 
building of their own began to be felt. It was decided a church would be organized. In 1885, 
Siloam Baptist Church was organized with Rev. Bythiel Leggett, Rev. Jeremiah Bunch, and 
Rev. Edward Pierce present. Rev. Leggett was called as the first pastor. A. E. Pope was elected 
clerk, and J. H. Skiles and Henry Casper were elected deacons. 

Siloam Church was accepted into the West Chowan Association in October of 1886. The first 
Sunday School report showed 40 enrolled with an offering of $3.44. The first church report 
showed 18 members with preaching twice a month. 

In February 1887, John R. Rascoe gave an acre of land to Siloam. A church building was 
started in 1888 and completed in 1889. It was built on Grabtown Road near the old mill pond. 

In the early 1900's, Rev. H. F. Barnes and Rev. G. D. Leggett baptized Miss Josephine 
Mizelle who later became Mrs. G. D. Leggett. She is now Siloam's oldest living resident mem- 
ber. 

Rev. G. D. Leggett, the son of Rev. Bythiel Leggett, was pastor from 1922-1934. His was the 
longest pastorate in the life of the Siloam Church. He was instrumental in guiding J. N. 
Baggett into becoming a preacher. 

In 1947, the church built its first Sunday School rooms. Members of the church did the 
work. Around 1950, two more Sunday School rooms were built on either side of the church. 

About this time Mrs. Violet White, Mrs. Hilda Craig, and Mrs. C. W. Byrum from Cashie 
Church helped organize Woman's Missionary Union. 

In 1951 Training Union was started. Rev. C. L. Gatling was pastor at this time. Training 
Union was a big factor in the spiritual growth of Siloam. 

Other highlights in the life of Siloam Church are: 

The church had a jail ministry. J. N. Baggett was chaplain for this ministry. Mr. Baggett 
was ordained as a minister of the gospel by Siloam on January 26, 1964. 

From 1951-65 we had a bus ministry. The bus ministry was discontinued because many 
people moved from the community. 

On February 4, 1979 Arthus L. Leggett, grandson of Rev. Bythiel Leggett, was ordained 
to the gospel ministry. 

September 1981 Bertie Ann Baggett Yates, a former member and her husband Jack, were ap- 
pointed full-time career missionaries to Kenya, Africa. 

During the years Siloam Church was repaired, re-roofed, remodeled, and new rooms added. 
The parsonage was enlarged and a freezer placed in the parsonage. A new sanctuary built and 
paid for. 



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In July 1978 Siloam Church building was moved all in one piece to its present location on 
Cedar Landing Road. It was the largest building ever moved by Lilley Brothers firm of 
Washington, North Carolina. 

Doyle Holder became our pastor in 1981 . 

Through the years God has reached down and blessed Siloam. He has called some of our 
members to spread His gospel here at home and abroad. From our reception into the West 
Chowan Baptist Association in October 1886 to the present, God has been rich in blessing us 
over and above our measure of faith. We "Just Praise the Lord." 



History of Union Baptist Church 




UNION BAPTIST CHURCH 




MICHAEL JOHNSON, Pastor 



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On Saturday before the first Sunday in May 1885, a group of Baptist men met in an old 
schoolhouse located on Liverman Road to begin a Baptist church in Union. They had been 
meeting with the Methodists. 

Mr. L. R. Cobb was elected moderator. It was decided that the conference would be held on 
the first Saturday and Sunday of each month at 1 1 o'clock. Mr. John Mitchell was called as 
pastor. Monies were received for the Benevolent Objects fund. This money was used for the 
care of widows, orphans, and others in need. The newly organized church was named Union 
for the village in which it is located. 

During the third business conference a committee was selected to find and purchase a lot to 
establish a church building. Land was purchased from George W. Wynn for $49.00. Many 
members gave lumber and other materials. In August of 1891, the church building was com- 
pleted and was debt free. A dedicatory service was held with Dr. A. E. Owens officiating. The 
church applied for membership in West Chowan Association and was accepted. 

During the early history and well into the twentieth century, the church disciplined its 
members. Even the strongest supporters and the pastor were subject to this discipline. The 
fellowship of the church would be withdrawn for drinking, dancing, card playing, use of 
profanity, not paying church dues, and poor attendance. 

The church's growth has been through dedication to missions with support being given to 
home, state, and foreign missions. The Woman's Missionary Union was organized in 1898; and 
now a complete missions organizations for all age levels exists, including Brotherhood and a 
chapter of Royal Ambassadors. 

Union Church has sent from its midst one missionary, three pastors, and one minister of 
education. 

In 1952 the church voted to build a parsonage; and in 1964 a dedicatory service was held and 
the note burned. In 1979 the church voted to go full-time. Until this time the church had been 
in a field with other churches. The Rev. Thomas Hayes became the first full-time minister. 

Under the leadership of Rev. Hayes, an educational building was built. This facility con- 
tains the pastor's study, classrooms, two restrooms, and accomodations for dining and assem- 
blies. It was built on a pay-as-you-go basis. The building is now in use and is completely debt 
free. The building was named in honor of J. L. Darden, Sr. 

In the history of Union Baptist Church, there have been many changes - most of which have 
been recorded. What has not been recorded is the dedication, love of God and man, and service 
to God of many people. We pray that those who come after us will be inspired as those who 
were before us. 

Report of the Constitution Committee 

Your Constitution Committee recommends that the West Chowan Baptist Association Con- 
stitution be amended to include as an addition to the present structure, the Baptist Faith and 
Message statement. This statement was adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention May 9, 
1963. This statement with some copies of the Baptist Faith and Message statement shall be read 
today, October 22, 1985 and tomorrow, October 23, 1985, prior to being presented to you for 
adoption. 

Constitution Committee, 
Jack Byrd, Chairman 
Bobby Cross 
Eugene Asbill 



In compliance with the adoption by the General Board of a motion that the Annual Bertie 
Union Meeting cease to be known as such and become the Spring Session of the West Chowan 
Baptist Association, your Constitution Committee submits to you the following changes in our 



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constitution in order to make this possible. These changes are to be read today, October 22, 
1985 and tomorrow, October 23, 1985 prior to being presented for adoption by the body. 

page 7 - Article 6 - after "findings to the" delete next Associational meeting and add "Fall 
Associational meeting". 

Article 8 - delete the entire sentence and replace with "Every church shall be re- 
quested to elect messengers and send them to the Fall and Spring (formerly known 
as the Bertie Union) sessions and an Associational letter shall be sent to the Fall 
session on the form adopted by the Association with such additional information as 
it may deem fitting." 

page 8 - Article 10 - (under Organization) - four lines down, after "at each" delete annual 
and add "Fall" - six lines down, after "conclusion of the" delete annual and add 
"Fall" - seven lines down, after "at the next" insert the word "Fall". 
Article 14 - (under Duties) - five lines down, after "reports to the" insert the word 
"Fall". 

page 9 - Article 22 - (under The General Board) top of the page - three lines down, delete 
"Moderator of the Bertie Union" - fourteen lines down, after the words "at each" 
delete "annual" - fifteen lines down, after the words "including the" delete 
"annual". 

Article 24 - (under Amendments) line one after the words "be altered at" delete 
"any annual" and replace with "the Fall". 
Article 25 (under Committees and Their Duties) 

Section A - line one after "advance of the" delete the word "annual" and replace 
with "Fall". 

Section A #2 - fourth line down after "the first session" add "of the Fall meeting", 
page 10 - Article 25 

Section B - line three from the top of the page - after "at the same" delete "annual" 
and add "Fall". 

1 A - line 2 - after "the next" add "Spring and Fall" - add S to session. 

line 3 - after "annual sermon" insert "at the Fall session". 
Section C - line 2 - after "at the" delete "next annual" and replace with "Fall". 
Section C 

Under 1. - line 3, after "printed report" insert "at both Spring and Fall meetings". 

Under 2. - line 2, after "this committee" insert "at the Fall meeting". 

Under 7. - line 8, after "meeting in" delete "annual" and replace with "the Fall". 

Constitution Committee, 
Jack Byrd, Chairman 
Bobby Cross, Eugene Asbill 

Report of Committee on Ordinations 

The Committee on Ordinations met May 10, 1985 at Cashie Baptist Church at their request 
for the purpose of examining Harvey Jackson for ordination to the gospel ministry. Those 
present were: Daniel Spell, chairman, Hugh Mizelle, Jack Lutz, Jack Byrd, Harvey Jackson, 
and Henry Powell. 

Daniel Spell read Philippians 4:4-9 and led in prayer. He asked Mr. Jackson to relate his 
conversion experience and call to the ministry. After a very thorough examination on the basic 
doctrinal principles, the committee recommended to Cashie Church that Mr. Jackson be or- 
dained as a Baptist minister. 



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Daniel Spell, Chairman 
Henry Powell, Secretary 



Early Bird Clerks 



The following church clerks had their church letters to the associational clerk on or before 
the deadline of October 11. The churches are listed alphabetically and not in the order the let- 



ters were received. 

Clerk Church 

Fa ye L. Vinson Ashley's Grove 

Mrs. Harold Lawrence Bethany 

Mrs. Charlie Godwin Brantley's Grove 

William Lawrence Buckhorn 

Miss Janie Lee Hughes Cashie 

Mrs. T. L. Norvelle Christian Harbor 

Linwood Mitchell Colerain 

Mrs. C. D. Francis Connaritsa 

John Jernigan Creech Memorial 

Mrs. Leroy Barrett, October 3 Creeksville 

J. B. Early Earlys 

Linda Willif ord Edgewood 

Thad Harris Elam 

Floyd Barmer Elm Grove 

Mrs. Henry Britton Galatia 

Mrs. George Harden Green's Cross 

R. C. Mason, Jr Harrellsville 

Miss Willie B. Bazemore Holly Grove 

Mrs. Sandra Hollowell Holly Springs 

Mrs. Charlie S. Powell Hortons 

Mrs. T. A. Stephenson Jackson 

Mrs. Beatrice Copeland Keif ord 

Mrs. Wilson Askew Lasker 

Mike Edwards Lawrence 

Mrs. Helen Vick Margarettsville 

Mrs. Peggy R. Jones, October 1 Mars Hill 

MRs. Kate S. Barber Menola 

Mrs. Dorothy P. Jackson Merry Hill 

C. M. King Mt. Tabor 

Mrs. Patricia Edwards Murfreesboro 

Mrs. Pearl Dunlow Oak Grove 

Mrs. C. Judson Dunning , Pleasant Grove 

Stanley Vaughn Potecasi 

Mrs. Oma D. Askew Powells ville 

Mrs. Elizabeth Bunch Ross 

Mrs. M. L. Tyler Severn 

Clyde Anders Siloam 

Mrs. Jackie Brinkley Union 

Floyd M. Perry Wakelon 

Mrs. Gloria J. Thum Winton 

Mrs. Valentine White Woodland 



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Churches of the 
West Chowan 
Baptist Association 



1. Ahoskie-7C 

2. Ashley's Grove - 6B 

3. AskewviJle - IE 

4. Aulander - 6D 

5. Bethany -8D 

6. Bethel - 3B 

7. Bethlehem - 8C 

8 Brantley's Grove - 7C 
9. Buckhorn - 7A 

10. Capeharts - 8E 

1 1 . Cashie - 7F 

12. Center Grove - 7D 

13. Christian Harbor - 8C 

14. Colerain - 8D 

15. Connaritsa - 6D 

16. Conway - 5B 

17. Creech Memorial - 7C 

18. Creekville-5B 

19. Earley's -6C 

20. Edgewood Chapel - 7E 

21. Elam -3B 

22. Elm Grove - 8D 

23. Galatia-5A 

24. Green's Cross - 8E 

25. Harrellsville - 8C 

26. Hebron - 6B 



27. Holly Grove -7D 

28. Holly Springs - 7C 

29. Horton\s-6C 

30. Jackson -4B 

31. Kelford -5D 

32. Lasker-5B 

33. Lawrence - 7F 

34. Lewiston - 5E 

35. Margarettsville - 4A 

36. Mars Hill -8D 

37. Meherrin - 6B 

38. Menola -6C 

39. Merry Hill - 8E 

40. Mount Carmel -4B 

41. Mount Tabor -7B 

42. Murfreesboro - 6B 

43. Oak Grove - 6C 

44. Pleasant Grove - 6C 

45. Potecasi - 5B 

46. Powellsville - 7D 

47. Republican - 6E 

48. Rich Square - 5C 

49. Riverside - 8E 

50. Robert's Chapel -5A 

51. Ross - 8E 

52. Sandy Run - 5D 



53. Seaboard - 4A 

54. Severn - 5A 

55. Siloam -7F 

56. St. John's - 6C 

57. Union- 7C 

58. Wakelon-8D 

59. Winton-7B 

60. Woodland - 5C 



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Memorials 



AHOSKIE, FIRST 
Julian Vaughan 
Mrs. Georgia Burgess 
Mrs. Annie R. Lehmann 
Mrs. Ellen Sessoms 
Owen Pate 
Mrs. Mamie Hoggard 
Mrs. Lila C. Jernigan 
Dallas Harrell 
George T. Darden 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 

Collin Liverman. deacon 
Mrs. Edith P. Vann 
Roger M. Futrell 
Walter E. Martin, deacon 
Mrs. Gertrude L. Vinson 

ASKEWVILLE 

Mrs. Louise Dunlow 
Charlie Edward Mizelle, Jr. 
Mrs. Thelma White 

AU LANDER 

Mrs. Leona Powell 
Mrs. Faye White 
Mrs. Myra Saunders 
Mrs. Audery Mitchell 

BETHANY 
Aldine Perry 
J.D.Cale 
Harold Lawrence 
Mrs. Callie Cullipher 
Mrs. Andy Hewlett 

BETHEL 

Mrs. Geneva Rivenbark 
Mrs. June Miles 

BETHLEHEM 

W. S. Bazemore, deacon 
Mrs. Ruth Wiggins 

BUCKHORN 
John Ballard 
Roy Bryant 

CAPEHARTS 

R. Teneal Taylor, deacon 

Grover Thomas 

Dalton Minton 

Macadio Pierce 

Chester Williams, Jr. 
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CASHIE 

Delma C. White 
K. W. Copeland 
Mrs. Allie T. Moore 
Mrs. Betty Due S. Spruill 

CENTER GROVE 
Mrs. J. S. Harrell, Sr. 
William H. Jernigan 

CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
Miss Mary Bowen 

COLERAIN 

Johnnie Brantley 
Mrs. Amanda Sharp 
Horace Gene Byrum 
Mrs. Agnes Harrell 
S. Lee Miller, deacon 
Mrs. Mary Stokes 
Carroll Belch 
Mrs. Julia Magee 
Edgar L. Stokes, Sr. 

CONNARITSA 
Lonnie Cooke 
Mrs. Olia Harmon 
Mrs. Marie Hale 
Mrs. Rachel Hoggard 

CONWAY 

Mrs. Judith V. Davis 
J. Clifton Parke 
Mrs. Hilliary Davis 
Otis Ricks 

Mrs. Ira Nell Hedspeth 

CREECH MEMORIAL 
Lloyd Austin 

CREEKSVILLE 
Harvey Coggins 
Grady Bridgers, deacon 
Mrs. Charles Morris 

EARLYS 

E. J. Newbold, deacon 

ELAM 

Miss Edith Ann Barnes 
Mrs. Lollie Rowell 
Mrs. Beulah Birdsong 
Mrs. Lizzie Little 



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ELM GROVE 

Robert Brown, deacon 
Mrs. Shirley Hoggard 
Mrs. Glennie Hoggard 
Mrs. Essie Jernigan, oldest 
charter member 

GALATIA 

Mrs. Gracie Davis 
Mrs. Nannie Davis 
Mrs. Gustavae Davis 
Dewitt Gay, deacon 

GREEN'S CROSS 
Julia Asbell 
Wayland Butler 
Bobby Byrum 
Gracy Lecester, deacon 
Pandora Smith 

HARRELLSVILLE 
Mrs. Eunice Ruebsanen 
Thomas Powell 

HEBRON 

Mrs. Sallie Miles 

HORTONS 
Ray Odom 
Mrs. Mary Torbit 
Mrs. Fannie Odom 

JACKSON 

Mrs. Elvie Fleetwood 
Mrs. R. A. Shaheen 
Mrs. Charlie Wheeler 

KELFORD 

Mrs. Margarite Parker 
Dwight Austin 

LASKER 
Earl Askew 
William Daughtry 
Mrs. Julia Hill 
R. D. Lassiter 
Mrs. Nannie Jenkins 

LAWRENCE 
Mrs. Delia Cobb 
Henry Smithwick 

LEWISTON, FIRST 
Willie Jenkins 
Stella Butler 
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Marybeale Joyner 
Johnnie Burkette 
Worley Minton, deacon 
Milton Butler 
Jimmy Leggett 
Jerry Jordon 
Lena Williford 

MARGARETTSVILLE 
W. E. Vaughan, deacon 

MARS HILL 

Herman E. Davidson, Si 
Ernest W. Evans 
Jesse M. Jones 
Elsie Dean Miller 

MEHERRIN 
Jarru Imderwood 
Mrs. Bessie Daughtry 
Glenn Bryant 
Earl Chappell 
Cecil Joyner 
Grady E. Hodges 

MENOLA 
H. G. Snipes 

MERRY HILL 
Mrs. Mary Cobb 
Seaton Williams 

MT. TABOR 

Mrs. J. T. Matthews 
Mrs. J. S. Copeland 
Walter Daniels, Jr. 

MURFREESBORO 
Elton Askew 
Ray Worrell 
Miss Cloyce Futrell 
Archie Parker 
Waverly Belch 
Mrs. Grace Brown 
John Lewter 



OAK GROVE 

Archer Rawls, deacon 
Mrs. Louise White 
Mrs. J. R. Miller 

PLEASANT GROVE 
C. Judson Dunning 
Mrs. Vara Rawls 

POTECASI 

Mrs. Jesse Chappel 

POWELLSVILLE 
Mack Pierce 
Mrs. Reba Cowan 

REPUBLICAN 

Reddick H.White, Sr. 
William Clifton Ward, 

RICH SQUARE DeaCOn 
V. G. Chappell 
Mrs. Wilma Evans 
Mrs. A. T. Joyner, Sr. 

RIVERSIDE 

Charles Bellinger 
Mrs. Beulah Bellinger 
Mrs. Pattie Bowen 
L. C. Finch, deacon 
Mrs. Myrtle Harrell 
Pliney Miller 

ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
Bill Edwards, deacon 
James Jenkins, deacon 

ROSS 

Lewis Castellow 
Howard Harrison 
Meredith Hoggard 
Leslie Rhea 
CarlO. Todd, Sr. 
Dewey White 
Mrs. Arrie E. White 
Mrs. Lwelleyn Bazemore 
William T. Byrum 



Mrs. Marry R. Francis 
William R. Harrison 
Mary White 
Mrs. Minnie G. White 
Miss Ercelle Williford 

SANDY RUN 

Mrs. Foy Smith Wescott 
Mrs. Beulah A. Nowell 
Mrs. Thelma Vick Powell 
Walter Smith 

SEABOARD 

Mrs. Louise Brickhouse 
Wood row Edwards, deacon 
Lloyd Maddrey 
Mrs. Lizzie Pearl Maddrey 

SEVERN 

Mrs. Holly Barnes 
James W. Porter 

SILOAM 

James Bagett, Jr. 
Eward Coburn 
Mrs. Ora Speller 

WAKELON 

Mrs. Opie Bryant 
Mrs. Etta Perry 

WINTON 

Mrs. Kigh (Lillian) Burgess 
Mrs. Andrew (Emma Mae) Hall 
Miss Kate Liverman 

WOODLAND 

Mrs. Mae B. Whisnant 

Mrs. Gwendolyn P. Reinhardt 

Charles E. Liverman 



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Associational Missions Report 



Once again we find ourselves at the close of one church/associational year and the begin- 
ning of a new one. 

As the reports have indicated, this past year was another busy one, and also a good one. 

One of the highlights of the year was the Sunday School Enlargement Campaign in March. 
Even though only eleven churches took advantage of this special week, it was a most successful 
week. These eleven churches reported nearly 2,000 unenrolled prospective Sunday School 
members. If every church in the association had participated in the Enlargement Campaign, 
the total number of prospective Sunday School members would have been well over 5,000. As a 
result of the Campaign, new units of organizations were begun, new members enrolled, 
enrollment and attendance increased. 

Another important part of this past year was the beginning of preparations for the 1986 
GOOD NEWS AMERICA, GOD LOVES YOU Simultaneous Revivals scheduled for March 9- 
16, 1986. Preparation for the revivals is now shifting into high gear, so you will be hearing 
much about March 9-16 in the days and weeks ahead. 

The year 1985 marked the end of Phase I of Bold Mission Thrust begun by the SBC in 1976. 
Several goals were suggested for the Bold MissionThrust effort: 1. 8.5 by '85 Sunday School 
enrollment gain; 2. increased baptisms; 3. doubling the gifts of the people to their churches; 4. 
doubling church gifts to the state and Southern Baptist Conventions through the Cooperative 
Program; 5. doubling associational mission gifts. 

How did we do? 

1. In the 8.5 by '85 Sunday School enrollment, we did not do so well. We had a 12% decrease 
in Sunday School enrollment - from 9,575 in 1976 to 8,378 in 1985. 

2. In baptisms we showed an increase of 19% - 174 in 1976, 208 in 1985. 

3. In church income, we almost doubled: from $1,616,655.00 in 1976 to $3,024,985.00 in 
1985 (56 of the 60 churches reporting). 

4. In Cooperative Program support of the State and SBC, again we almost doubled our gifts: 
$147,465.00 in 1976, $266,644.00 in 1985. 

5. Associational Missions showed the greatest increase of all at 190% increase: from 
$19,291.00 in 1976 to $45,825.00 in 1985. 

Truly we have much for which to be thankful. But there is still much to be done. May we 
renew our dedication and commitment to the work of the Kingdom to which the Lord of the 
church has called us. 

Henry Powell, Director of Missions 



mMMll Mission 
Wan** Thrust 

Let The IIUI^ 
Church IWJfM 
Re Bold <t'J^PA 



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Historical Table 

MEETING 



YEAR 


PLACE 


MODERATOR 


CLERK 


PREACHER 


TEXT 


1950 


Harrellsville, 
Greens Cross 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


J.M. Duncan 


Matt. 4:18-21, 28:18-20 


1951 


Aulander, Buckhorn 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


E.C. Upchurch 


Eph. 6:10-18 


1952 


Conway, Cashie 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


E.S. Morgan 


Exodus 14 


1953 


Seaboard, Chowan 
College 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


Frank Robinson 


Isa. 54:2 


1954 


Mars Hill, Cole rain 


Herbert Jenkins 


Mrs. Jesse F. Colston 


Wayne Scott 


Rom. 6:19-23 


1955 


Rich Square, 
Woodland 


Herbert Jenkins 


P.T. Worrell 


W.P. Milne 


II Cor. 8:7 


1956 


Riverside, 
Ahoskie, First 


Merrill Evans 


J.M. Long 


Robert Johns 


Heb. 12:3 


1957 


Ashley's Grove, 
Murfreesboro 


Merrill Evans 


J.M. Long 


Eugene Johns 


Acts 2 


1958 


Meherrin, Chowan 
College, Powellsville 


C. Gordon Maddrey 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


J.M. Long 


Luke 10:1-7 


1959 


Lewis ton, Bethany 


C. Gordon Maddrey 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


Rowland S. Pruette 


John 17:13-23 


1960 


Conway, Rich Square 


W.T. Charles 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


W. Isaac Terrell 


Eph.3:l-13 


1961 


Ahoskie, First, 
Aulander 


W.T. Charles 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


E. Earl Haynes 


Gal. 4:1-14 


1962 


Chowan College, 
Cashie 


E. Len Weston 


K.E. Bryant 


John D. Davis 


Matt. 28:19-20 


1963 


Woodland, 
Center Grove 


E. Len Weston 


K.E. Bryant 


B.J. Traywick 


Haggai 1 


1964 


Colerain, Galatia 


Dr. W.R. Parker 


K.E. Bryant 


Lee Roy Campbell 


Rom. 13:11-14 


1965 


Creeksville, Mars Hill 


J.L. Walter Moose 


K.E. Bryant 


Bennie Pledger 


Phil. 1:21 


1966 


Cashie, Chowan 
College 


Rowland S. Pruette 


K.E. Bryant 


E. Len Weston 


Acts 1:8 


1967 


Murfreesboro, 
Askewville 


Rowland Pruette 


K.E. Bryant 


Gwyn P. Sullivan 
Ernest Poston 


Ps. 96:2 


1968 


Riverside, Meherrin 


C.E. Thomas 


L. Thad Prevatte 


T.M. Jones 


John 20:19 


1969 


Sandy Run, 
Rich Square 


C.E. Thomas 


L. Thad Prevatte 


Billy T. Mabley 
George F. Turner 


Eph. 4:4 


1970 


Ahoskie, First, Cashie 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


L. Thad Prevatte 


Tom H. Caulkins 
Herman T. Dilday 




1971 


Conway, Capeharts 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Henry W. Stough 


Joe D. McLean 
Walter Jones 


I Cor. 12:1-6 
Eph. 5:1-17 


1972 


Aulander, Lew is ton 


Terry J. Jones 


Henry W. Stough 


H.L. Coppedge 
Walter F. Hill 


Heb. 9:22 
Exo. 4:1-5 


1973 


Win ton, Connaritsa 


W.L. Downs 


Henry W. Stough 


Vincent Young 
Jack H. Mace 


James 1:18-27 
John 8:30-32 


1974 


Greens Cross, 
Capeharts 


Robert B. Spivey 


Mrs. Walter S. Jones 


Joseph Polinski 
Harold Rumfelt 


Col. 3 


1975 


Colerain, Harrellsville 


Robert B. Spivey 


Ronald Richardson 


Tim Sellers 
Ronald Richardson 


Judges 7 


1976 


Murfreesboro 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Ronald Richardson 


Lonnie K. Armstrong 
D.H. McCollough 


Matt. 28:19-20 


1977 


Galatia, 

Brantley's Grove 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Mrs. Faye Scott 


Jack Byrd 
Delbert Burnett 




1978 


Rich Square, 
Republican 


Bobby Cross 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Larry Pittman 
Gerald Riggs 


Mt. 13:31-33 


1979 


Ross, Mars Hill 


Bobby Cross 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Hubert Mizelle 
Kenneth Pittman 


Mk. 4:35 


1980 


Pleasant Grove, 
Bethlehem 


Robbie Parker 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Robert C. White 
Dr. W.D. Morris 




1981 


Severn, Jackson 


Robbie Parker 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Lemar Wheeler 
J.N. Baggett 


Hosea 7:1-7 
Nehemiah 1:1-11 


1982 


Creech Memorial, 
Earlys 


Lemar Wheeler 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Robbie Parker 
James Langford 


Numbers 32:1-7 
Luke 10:25-37 


1983 


Woodland, Cashie 


Lemar Wheeler 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Jerry Wallace 
Harold White 




1984 


Riverside, Creeksville 


William G. Lawrence 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


James Hester 
Mark Morris 


2 Cor. 4 
Neh. 1:3-5; 
2:1-5; 4:1-6 


1985 


Siloam, Union 


William G. Lawrence 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Richard Cooke 
P. T. Worrell 


I Peter 2:9-12 
John 4:19-30 



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Church Directory 



Ordained Ministers 

(other than pastors) 



Ahoskie, First Francis Cordrey, Rt. 2 Box 45-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Creech Memorial Henry Powell, P. O. Box 215, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Nickie Martin, P. O. Box 265, Conway 27810 

Murfreesboro B. Franklin Lowe, Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 



Bela Udvarnoki, Woodridge Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Bruce E. Whitaker, Pine Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Phil Royce, Holly Hill Rd., Murfreesboro 27855 
Clifton Collins, RFD, Murfreesboro 27855 
Earl Parker, Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Charles Paul, Woodland Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Hargus Taylor, Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 
Rowland S. Pruette, Dogwood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 



Powellsville Daniel M. Spell, Rt. 1 Box 166, Ahoskie 27910 

Seaboard Paul T. Worrell, P. O. Box 336, Seaboard 27876 

Siloam Arthur Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983 

Minister of Education 

Cashie John McGinnis, 221 Queen St., Windsor 27983 

Ministers of Youth 

Ahoskie Wm. Don Gober, P. O. Box 659, Ahoskie 27910 

Cashie John McGinnis, 221 Queen St., Windsor 27983 

Pastors 

Ahoskie, First James E. Langford, P. O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove John Oliver, Rt. 1 Box 99, Conway 27820 

Askewville Freddie Harris, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Calvin W. Parker, Jr., P. O. Box 220, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Cecil Harkey, Rt. 2 Box 142-A, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Dave Holladay, Rt. 1 Box 90, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Jerry Boyd, Rt. 4 Box 357, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantley's Grove James C. Ward, Rt. 3 Box 14-13, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Wayne Simpson, P. O. Box 67, Como 27818 

Capeharts R. R. 'Jack' Lutz, Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Jack W. Byrd, 101 Gray St.,Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Bobby L. Skeens, Rt. 1 Box 62-F, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor T. E. Thieman, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Shelby Stephens, P. O. Box 126, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa William Harkins, P. O. Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Conway James E. Hester, P. O. Box 160, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mark Morris, 502 Lloyd St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville No Pastor 



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Earlys W. D. Morris, Rt. 1 Box 111, Gates 27937 

Edgewood James Hall, Rt. 3 Box 87, Windsor 27983 

Elam Hugh W. Mizelle, P. O. Box 37, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Hubert Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 330, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Lonnie R. Armstrong, Rt. 1 Box 89, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Kenneth Bunch, Rt. 2 Box 146, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville John Doyle, P.O. Box 5, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron J. N. Baggett, Rt. 4 Box 245-C, Windsor 27983 

Holly Grove Edwin C. Dacus, 614 W. First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs No Pastor 

Mortons William Harkins, P. O. Box 160, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Joe D. McLean, P. O. Box 445, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Larry McCarty, P. O. Box 39, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Willie McLawhorn, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Bobby Owens, 1 1 E. Cherokee Tr., Hertford 27944 

Lewis ton, First D. H. McCollough, P. O. Box 113,Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville P. T. Worrell, Seaboard 27876 

Mars Hill J. Cecil Aldridge, Rt. 1 Box 334, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Gerald K. Riggs, 513 Meherrin Ln., Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Bob Skeens, Rt. 1 Box 62-F, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill C. E. Thomas, P. O. Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Carmel P. T. Worrell, Seaboard 27876 

Mt. Tabor Richard Cooke, Rt. 3 Box 81-C, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Thomas H. Caulkins, 500 Lakeview Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove J.N. Baggett, Rt. 4 Box 245-C, Windsor 27983 

Pleasant Grove Robert Hall, Rt. 1 Box 39, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi No Pastor 

Powellsville James E. Wright, P. O. Box 5, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Harvey Jackson, 202 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Bob Rogers, Box 589, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Jim Buchanan, Rt. 1 Box 144, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Windell Patterson, P. O. Box 6, Pendleton 27862 

Ross J. Gordon Rawls, Rt. 3 Box 311, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Charles Smith, P. O. Box 95, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard John W. Spencer, Box 357, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Luther V. High, P. O. Box 502, Severn 27877 

Siloam No Pastor 

St. John's Jim Harris, Rt. 2 Box 104, Ahoskie 27910 

Union H. Michael Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 54, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Joe Polinski, Rt. 3 Box 61-1, Windsor 27983 

Winton Frank Stansbury, P. O. Box 415, Winton 27986 

Woodland J. Lemar Wheeler, P. O. Box 444, Woodland 27897 

Music Directors 

Ahoskie, First Wm. Don Gober, P. O. Box 649, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Trudy Gibson, Rt. 2 Box 35-D, Murfreesboro 27855 

Bethany Wayne Lee, Rt. 2 Box 167, Colerain 27924 

Askewville Robert L. Jernigan, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mrs. Sylvia Vaughan, Rt. 1 Box 155, Enfield 27823 

Bethel Mrs. Linda Hasty, Rt. 1 Box 82, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem John R. Moore, Rt. 4 Box 100, Ahoskie 27910 



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Brantley's Grove Glenn Brickhouse, Rt. 3 Box 185, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn . Mrs. William G. Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Mrs. Jane Lutz, Rt. 1 Box 276, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mrs. Joe Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 542, Aulander 27805 

Center Grove Otis C. Payne, 421 S. Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. E. G. Flythe, Rt. 1 Box 5, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Don Craft, 516 N. Pembroke Av., Ahoskie 27910 

Connaritsa Mrs. C. E. Baker, P. O. Box 57, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Bobby Cox, P. O. Box 248, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Marcus Johnson, 204 South St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville No Pastor 

Earlys Mrs. L. W. Myers, 512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Mrs. Sandra Phelps, 209 W. Gray St., Windsor 27983 

Elam Leon Dickens, Rt. 1 Box 259, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Merrel Gay, Rt. 1 Box 95-A, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross Al Jernigan, Rt. 3 Box 411-H, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Richard Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 100-R, Cofield 27922 

Holly Grove Thomas E. Ruff in, Rt. 1 Box 280, Ahoskie 27910 

Jackson Mrs. Roy Biggerstaff, 604 Rapids St., Roanoke Rapids 27870 

Lasker Mrs. Wanda Britton, Rt. 1 Box 151-F, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence. Mrs. Frances Allcox, 909 Johnson St., Edenton 27932 

Lewiston, First Robert W. Williford, P. O. Box 100, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy R. Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Robert C. Mulder, P.O. Box 483, Murfreesboro 27855 

Merry Hill Mrs. Janie Thomas, P. O. Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Sue Godwin, Rt. 3 Box 71, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro James Chamblee, 112 Springlake Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Pleasant Grove Ricky Perry, Rt. 1 Box 272-A, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Mrs. Peggy Vaughan, P. O. Box 97, Potecasi 27867 

Republican Louise Leary, Rt. 1, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Eric Jackson, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Mrs. Verlie Fairless, Rt. 2 Box 62, Colerain 27924 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Joan Home, Rt. 1 Box 91, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Joseph R. Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 338, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Bennie J. Reynolds, P. O. Box 174, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Henry Ricks, P. O. Box 281, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. R. P. Watson, P. O. Box 7, Severn 27877 

Siloam Leroy Mobley, 1810 W. Main St., Williamston 27892 

St. John's Mrs. Josephine Askew, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Union Mrs. H. Michael Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 54, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Fred Downs, P. O. Box 127, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Dianne Clark, P. O. Box 112, Woodland 27897 

Sunday School Directors 

Ahoskie, First Randy V. Britton, 601 N. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Melvin Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 207, Conway 27820 

Askewville Elbert Cowan, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Harold Holloman, P. O. Box 398, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Everett White, Rt. 2 Box 50-A, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Tony Mumford, Rt. 1 Box 83, Pleasant Hill 27866 



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Bethlehem Bobby Bazemore, Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Henry Dilday, Rt. 4 Box PL3, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Oscar Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 51-A, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Eloise Carter, Rt. 1 Box 277, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Tom Brooks, 1003 Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Robert H. Brantley, Rt. 1 Box 62-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor W. M. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 32, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Alton Pierce, P. O. Box 52, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Lindsey Chamblee, Rt. 2 Box 111, Aulander 27805 

Conway David Simmons, Rt. 1 Box 229, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Emmett Casper, Rt. 1 Box 84-D, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Phil Matthews, P. O. Box 219, Conway 27820 

Earlys R. E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Joseph E. Williford, Rt. 3 Box 87, Windsor 27983 

Elam Mrs. Verna Davenport, P. O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 351, Colerain 27924 

Galatia James Barnes, Rt. 1 Box 94, Margarettsville 27853 

Green's Cross Ms. Katie Thomas, Rt. 3 Box 408, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Jimmy Cotton, Rt. 1 Box 111-A, Cofield 27922 

Hebron Marnch Futrell, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Eugene Simons, P. O. Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Thomas Mathias, Rt. 3, Ahoskie 27910 

Hortons J. E. Phelps, Rt. 2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson W. G. Spivey, P. O. Box 507, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Marion Vick, P. O. Box 128, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Keith Britton, Rt. 1 Box 151-F, Woodland 27897 

Lawrence James White, Rt. 2 Box 571, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Mrs. Charles Vaughan, P. O. Box 235, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Jesse M. Vick, P. O. Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Glenn Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 385,Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola David E. Brinkley, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Bert Willis, Jr., P. O. Box 145, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor Dan Warren, Rt. 3 Box 77-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Murfreesboro Steve Davenport, Franklin Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove D. R. Miller, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Joe Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 6, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Asil Hoke, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville William Askew, Rt. 1 Box 153, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Edwin Parker, Wayland St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Arthur Horton, Box 546, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Darrell Adams, Rt. 1 Box 231, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Ben Mann, P. O. Box 37, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Tommy Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 329, Colerain 27924 

Sandy Run M. E. Pruden, III, P. O. Box 325, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard William C. Cox, P. O. Box 62, Seaboard 27876 

Severn J. W. Barkley, P. O. Box 163, Severn 27877 

Siloam William Coburn, Rt. 1 Box 350-A, Windsor 27983 

St. John's James E. Brown, Rt. 1, Murfreesboro 27855 

Union Dave Edwards, Rt. 2 Box 58, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John E. Perry, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Joseph Futrell, Rt. 1 Box DE, Winton 27986 

Woodland J. H. Overman, P. O. Box 439, Woodland 27897 



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Church Training Directors 

Askewville Mrs. Paige Myers, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Reba Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Creech Memorial Ben Hollowell, Rt. 1, Ahoskie 27910 

Elm Grove Ronnie Thompson, Rt. 2 Box 320, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Travis Taylor, Rt. 1 Box 197, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Raleigh Castelloe, Rt. 2 Box 145, Windsor 27983 

Meherrin Clinton Evans, Rt. 1 Box 13, Murfreesboro 27855 

Siloam Arthur Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983 

Union Mrs. Richard Draper, Rt. 3 Box 34-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton W. E. Vinson, Jr., P. O. Box 237, Winton 27986 

Brotherhood Directors 

Askewville Bobby Myers, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Bethany Haywood White, Rt. 2 Box 208, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Brantley's Grove Lloyd Dunlow, Rt. 3 Box 171-D, Ahoskie 27910 

Cashie J. C. Overton, 1102 Sterlingworth St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Johnny Overton, Rt. 1 Box 63, Ahoskie 27910 

Colerain Jim Edwards, P. O. Box 94, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa H. G. Spruill, P. O. Box 275, Aulander 27805 

Conway David Simmons, Rt. 1 Box 229, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Marcus Johnson, 204 South St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Jesse Hall, Rt. 2 Box 409, Conway 27820 

Elam Z. L. Davenport, P. O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Aubrey Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 282, Colerain 27924 

Galatia J. R. Hasty, Rt. 1 Box 53-C, Seaboard 27876 

Green's Cross George Harden, Rt. 2 Box 242, Windsor 27983 

Lasker Keith Britton, Rt. 1 Box 151-F, Woodland 27897 

Lewiston, First Charles Vaughan, P. O. Box 235, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Meherrin S. R. Rountree, III, 202 Jay Tr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Merry Hill L. T. Jackson, Rt. 2 Box 424i/ 2 , Windsor 27983 

Mt. Tabor F. E. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Potecasi Alvin Futrell, Potecasi 27867 

Powellsville J. D. Jones, P. O. Box 26, Powellsville 27967 

Rich Square Larry Godwin, Box 532, Rich Square 27869 

Robert's Chapel E. J. Burgess, P. O. Box 84, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Ray Kornegay, Rt. 3 Box 406-H, Windsor 27983 

Seaboard James Griffith, P. O. Box 220, Seaboard 27876 

Severn (RA) Dennis Woodard, P.O. Box 606, Severn 27877 

Siloam Arthur Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 888, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Eddie Newsome, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Union Jackie Brinkley, Rt. 2 Box 225-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Winton W. W. Felton, P. O. Box 66, Winton 27986 

Woodland E. W. Rogister, Rt. 1 Box 19-A, Woodland 27897 



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Woman's Missionary Union Directors 



Ahoskie, First Mrs. Randy V. Britton, 601 N. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Askewville Mrs. Martha L. White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Mrs. Cleo Tinkham, P. O. Box 171, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. George Hewitt, Rt. 2 Box 143, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Mrs. Linda Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 96-A, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mrs. Catherine Lassiter, Powellsville 27967 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Lloyd Dunlow, Rt. 3 Box 171-D, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. Oscar Spruill, Rt, 1 Box 51-A, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Danny McClenny, Rt. 1 Box 39, Merry Hill 27957 

Cashie Mrs. Virginia W. Hardison, 106 E. Pitt St., Windsor 27983 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Earl Lowe, Rt. 1 Box 41, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Linwood Mitchell, Rt. 1 Box 132, Harrellsville 27942 

Connaritsa Mrs. Joe R. Jernigan, P. O. Box 335, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. R. J. White, Jr., P. O. Box 147, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mrs. Nan Johnson, 204 South St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Earl Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 314, Conway 27820 

Earlys Mrs. L. P. Britton, 816 W. Church St., Ahoskie 27910 

Elam Mrs. C. B. Painter, Rt. 1 Box 269, Garysburg 27831 

Elm Grove Mrs. Diener Thompson, Rt. 2 Box 320, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt. 1 Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Reginald Asbell, Rt. 2 Box 188, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. Cecil Callis, P. O. Box 65, Harrellsville 27942 

Holly Springs Mrs. Ann Young, P. O. Box 9, Winton 27986 

Jackson Mrs. William Barrow, Rt. 1 Box 447, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Julia Johnston, P. O. Box 37, Kelford 27847 

Lawrence Mrs. Linda Harden, Rt. 2 Box 553, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Mrs. Evelyn Parker, P. O. Box 257, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. R. O. Glover, Rt. 1, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Annette Aldridge, Rt. 1 Box 334, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. David Lane, P. O. Box 188, Woodland 27897 

Menola Mrs. Ernestine Northcott, Rt. 1, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. Janie Thomas, P. O. Box 68, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Brenda Tinkham, Rt. 1 Box 251, Murfreesboro 27955 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Harriet Carter, 607 Union St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. T. C. Miller, Rt. 1 Box 222, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. J. A. Bolton, P. O. Box 129, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Mrs. Louise Cooke, Rt. 1 Box 88-C, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Mrs. Cathy Watkins, P. O. Box 85, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Mrs. Wilson Jernigan, Rt. 1, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Esther Davis, Box 273, Rich Square 27769 

Riverside Mrs. Rhodes Pratt, Rt. 1 Box 179, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Lois Edwards, P. O. Box 55, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Sue Todd, Rt. 3 Box 382, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Joseph H. Walston, P. O. Box 129, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Calvin Maddrey, P. O. Box 272, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Miss Linda Tyler, Rt. 1 Box 30, Margarettsville 27853 

Siloam Mrs. Carol Whitaker, Rt. 4 Box 482, Williamston 27892 

St. John's Mrs. Edith Dempsey, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. A. Ray Lassiter, Rt. 2 Box 62-B, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mrs. Edith Bryant, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Herbert Brett, P. O. Box 129, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Nancy Timberlake, P. O. Box 280, Woodland 27897 



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Chairman of Deacons 



Ahoskie, First Randy V. Britton, 601 N. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Luther Vann, 102 Dogwood Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Wilbert White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Thomas P. Hale, Rt. 1 Box 458, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Everett Miller, Rt. 2 Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem John R. Moore, Rt. 4 Box 100, Ahoskie 27910 

Brantley's Grove Henry Dilday, Rt. 4, Box PL3, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Oscar Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 51-A, Como 27818 

Capeharts Myles Baker, Rt. 3 Box 366, Windsor 27983 

Gashie Warren Cobb, Rt. 4 Box 494, Windsor 27983 

Center Grove David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 92-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor R. W. Baker, P. O. Box 27, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain . . ! Al Baker, P. O. Box 235, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa Roy W. Parker, Rt. 2, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Leroy Taylor, P. O. Box 87, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Malcolm Bracy, 302 Cherry St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Elliott Ricks, Rt. 2 Box 263, Conway 27820 

Earlys J. B. Early, Rt. 1 Box 28-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Harvey Bowen, Rt. 3 Box 82, Windsor 27983 

Elam Z. L. Davenport, P. O. Box 85, Gumberry 27838 

Elm Grove Fentress Mizelle, Rt. 2 Box 238, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Billy Harris, Rt. 1 Box 193, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Rhoda Lawrence, Rt. 2 Box 141, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Luther Whitley, Rt. 1 Box 53, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Marnch Futrell, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Carol Francis, Rt. 1 Box 310-B, Aulander 27805 

Holly Springs Mrs. Helen Miller, Rt. 1, Winton 27986 

Hortons J. E. Phelps, Rt. 2 Box 10, Aulander 27805 

Jackson T. E. Evans, P. O. Box 684, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Franklin Lewis, P. O. Box 31, Kelford 27847 

Lasker David Lassiter, Rich Square 27869 

Lawrence W. W. Daniels, 702 Center St., Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First George Britton, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Jesse M. Vick, P. O. Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Darvin Davidson, Rt. 2 Box 385, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Vernon Joyner, Rt. 1 Box 420, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola William Burkett, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Britt Smithwick, Rt. 2 Box 409, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Tabor C M. King, Rt. 1 Box 368-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Herman Gatewood, Carolina Dr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove D. R. Miller, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Donald Jernigan, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 42, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi Donnie Rogers, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Merrill Waters, P. O. Box 104, Powellsville 27967 

Republican Wilson Jernigan, Rt. 1, Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Bill Parker, Box 41, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Darrell Adams, Rt. 1 Box 231, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Stanley H. Barnes, Rt. 1 Box 52-B, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Paul Basham, Rt. 3 Box 367, Windsor 27983 

Seaboard C. C. Howell, P. O. Box 399, Seaboard 27876 



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Severn Henry H. Barnes, P. O. Box 84, Severn 27877 

Siloam Leroy Mobley, 1810 W. Main St., Williamston 27892 

St. John's Julian Blowe, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Union Richard Murray, Rt. 2 Box 57-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon John H. Perry, Rt. 2, Colerain 27924 

Winton W. E. Vinson, Jr., P. O. Box 237, Winton 27986 

Woodland A. S. Lassiter, P. O. Box 126, Woodland 27897 

Church Media (Library) Directors 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. Louise Garrett, 421 W. First St., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Vera Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 206, Conway 27820 

Askewville Mrs. Velma White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Mrs. Robert H. Reed, 803 Winwood Dr., Windsor 27983 

Christian Harbor Mrs. Nellie J. Holloman, Rt. 1 Box 92, Harrellsville 27942 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, P. O. Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Mrs. Barbara Davidson, West St., Ahoskie 27910 

Elm Grove Mrs. Louise Jernigan, Rt. 2 Box 336, Colerain 27924 

Green's Cross Mrs. Drexel Castelloe, Rt. 22 Box 177, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville Mrs. R. C. Mason, Jr., P. O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Lasker Mrs. Talmadge Barnes, Rich Square 27869 

Meherrin Mrs. Clyde Davis, Rt. 1 Box 100, Pendleton 27862 

Merry Hill Mrs. Beth White, P. O. Box 146, Merry Hill 27957 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. Vivian Futrell, Rt. 1 Box 382, Murfreesboro 27855 

Robert's Chapel Mrs. Emma Gay Stephenson, P. O. Box 65, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs Peggy Askew, Rt. 3 Box 342-A, Windsor 27983 

Severn Mrs. Ralph Britt, P. O. Box 173, Severn 27877 

Woodland Mrs. Hannah Vaughan, P. O. Box 367, Woodland 27897 

Church Clerks 

Ahoskie, First Mrs. C. D. Wiggins, 3118 Ruth Av., Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Faye L. Vinson, Rt. 1 Box 127, Conway 27820 

Askewville Dancy G. White, Rt. 3 Box 192, Windsor 27983 

Aulander T. H. Griffith, P. O. Box 81, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Mrs. Carolyn Lawrence, Rt. 2 Box 194, Colerain 27924 

Bethel Fenton Mayle, Rt. 1 Box 93, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem W. D. Wiggins, Rt. 1 Box 40, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Mrs. Charlie Godwin, Rt. 3 Box 12-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn William G. Lawrence, 214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro 27855 

Capeharts Mrs. Deborah Daniel, Rt. 3 Box 366, Windsor 27983 

Cashie Miss Janie Lee Hughes, 401 Cale St., Windsor 27983 

Center Grove Otis C. Payne, 421 S. Rhue St., Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. T. L. Norvelle, Star Rt., Box 40, Colerain 27924 

Colerain Linwood Mitchell, Rt. 1 Box 132, Harrellsville 27942 

Connaritsa Mrs. Clyde D. Francis, Rt. 2 Box 114, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, P. O. Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial John Jernigan, Rt. 1 Box 8, Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Leroy Barrett, Rt. 1 Box 105, Seaboard 27876 

Earlys J. B. Early, Rt. 1 Box 28-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Mrs. Linda P. Williford, Rt. 3 Box 87, Windsor 27983 

Elam Thad Harris, P. O. Box 32, Seaboard 27876 



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Elm Grove Floyd Barmer, Rt. 2 Box 351, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Mrs. Henry Britton, Rt. 1 Box 174, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. George Harden, Rt. 2 Box 242, Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville R. C. Mason, Jr., P. O. Box 6, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Simone Miles, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Miss Willie B. Bazemore, Rt. 1 Box 248, Ahoskie 27910 

Holly Springs Mrs. Sandra Hollowell, Rt. 1 Box 115, Cofield 27922 

Hortons Mrs. C. S. Powell, Rt. 2 Box 45, Aulander 27805 

Jackson Mrs. T. A. Stephenson, P. O. Box 115, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Mrs. Beatrice Copeland, P. O. Box 21, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Wilson Askew, P. O. Box 193, Lasker 27848 

Lawrence Mike Edwards, Rt. 2 Box 370,Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Mrs. Charles Vaughan, P. O. Box 235, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. Helen Vick, P. O. Box 42, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Peggy R. Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Mrs. Elvin Parker, Rt. 1 Box 413, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Mrs. Kate Barber, Rt. 1 Box 246, Woodland 27897 

Merry Hill Mrs. Dorothy P. Jackson, Rt. 2 Box 424 Vi, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Tabor CM. King, Rt. 1 Box 368-A, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro Mrs. Pat Edwards, 109 Forest Cr., Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mrs. Pearl Dunlow, Rt. 2 Box 6-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Margaret B. Dunning, Rt. 1 Box 43, Woodland 27897 

Potecasi John T. Babb, Rt. 1 Box 89, Woodland 27897 

Powellsville Mrs. Oma D. Askew, Rt. 1 Box 153, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Reddick White, Jr., 301 Sterlingworth St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Mrs. Kathryn Tyler, Box 646, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Walter S. Dunlow, Rt. 1 Box 217, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Steve Mann, P. O. Box 28, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Mrs. Elizabeth Bunch, Rt. 3 Box 336-A, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. Leslie W. Walston, P. O. Box 38, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Tommy Flythe, P. O. Box 238, Seaboard 27876 

Severn Mrs. M. L. Tyler, Rt. 1 Box 30, Margarettsville 27853 

Siloam Clyde Anders, Rt. 2 Box 90, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mrs. Ellen Harrell, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. Jackie Brinkley, Rt. 2 Box 225-A, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Floyd M. Perry, Rt. 2 Box 396, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Gloria J. Thum, P. O. Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland Mrs. Valentine White, P. O. Box 107, Woodland 27897 

Treasurers 

Ahoskie, First Miss Anne Hill, Rt. 2 Box 22, Ahoskie 27910 

Ashley's Grove Mrs. Sarah Askew, Rt. 2 Box 67, Murfreesboro 27855 

Askewville Mrs. Bennie White, Rt. 3, Windsor 27983 

Aulander Thomas P. Hale, Rt. 1 Box 458, Aulander 27805 

Bethany Everett Miller, Rt. 2 Box 170, Colerain 27924 

Bethel P. L. Daniel, Rt. 1 Box 81, Pleasant Hill 27866 

Bethlehem Mrs. Clarine Bazemore, Rt. 1, Cofield 27922 

Brantley's Grove Miss Viola Dilday, Rt. 2 Box 257, Ahoskie 27910 

Buckhorn Mrs. Oscar Spruill, Rt. 1 Box 51-A, Como 27818 

Capeharts Mrs. Lois Hughes, 142 Morris Cr., Edenton 27932 

Cashie Ulrich Mizelle, 304 Winston Ln., Windsor 27983 



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Center Grove David Brinkley, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 92-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Christian Harbor Mrs. R. W. Baker, P. O. Box 27, Harrellsville 27942 

Colerain Mrs. Eloise Perry, P. O. Box 5, Colerain 27924 

Connaritsa C. E. Baker, P. O. Box 57, Aulander 27805 

Conway Mrs. Lee J. Duncan, P. O. Box 204, Conway 27820 

Creech Memorial Douglas Lowe, 925 N. West St., Ahoskie 27910 

Creeksville Mrs. Grady Bridgers, Rt. 1 Box 168, Jackson 27845 

Earlys R. E. Brinkley, Rt. 1 Box 20, Ahoskie 27910 

Edgewood Charles Phelps, Jr., 209 W. Gray St., Windsor 27983 

Elam William Stephenson, P. O. Box 12, Seaboard 27876 

Elm Grove Mrs. Louise Jernigan, Rt. 2 Box 336, Colerain 27924 

Galatia Billy Britton, Rt. 1 Box 173, Pendleton 27862 

Green's Cross Mrs. Cecil Mizelle, 1004 Taylor St., Windsor 27983 

Harrellsville J. W. Mason, Rt. 1 Box 10, Harrellsville 27942 

Hebron Mrs. Walter Miles, P. O. Box 251, Woodland 27897 

Holly Grove Mrs. Eugene Simons, P. O. Box 232, Powellsville 27967 

Holly Springs Mrs. Helen Miller, Rt. 1, Winton 27986 

Hortons Mrs. Frances Bazemore, P. O. Box 463, Windsor 27983 

Jackson Mrs. J. H. Duke, P. O. Box 185, Jackson 27845 

Kelford Franklin Lewis, P. O. Box 31, Kelford 27847 

Lasker Mrs. Talmadge Barnes, Rich Square 27869 

Lawrence Vernon Cobb, Rt. 4, Windsor 27983 

Lewiston, First Ben P. Weaver, Lewiston-Woodville 27849 

Margarettsville Mrs. Lenora Vaughan, Margarettsville 27853 

Mars Hill Mrs. Margaret Davidson, Rt. 1 Box 343, Colerain 27924 

Meherrin Ray Dixon, Rt. 1 Box 361-B, Murfreesboro 27855 

Menola Miss Sally Barber, Rt. 2, Ahoskie 27910 

Merry Hill Roy Pierce, Rt. 2, Windsor 27983 

Mt. Tabor F. E. Holloman, Rt. 1, Box 288, Murfreesboro 27855 

Murfreesboro William Whitley, P. O. Box 555, Murfreesboro 27855 

Oak Grove Mr. & Mrs. Colie Rawls, Rt. 1 Box 454, Aulander 27805 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Jim P. Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 2, Aulander 27805 

Potecasi Mrs. Elsie Jenkins, Rt. 2 Box 347, Conway 27820 

Powellsville Mrs. Donna Taylor, Rt. 1 Box 5-X, Ahoskie 27910 

Republican Reddick White, Jr., 301 Sterlingworth St., Windsor 27983 

Rich Square Teresa Vick, Rich Square 27869 

Riverside Henry Williams, Rt. 1 Box 157, Merry Hill 27957 

Robert's Chapel Walter Woodard, Jr., P. O. Box 54, Pendleton 27862 

Ross Basil Hoggard, Rt. 3 Box 313-A, Windsor 27983 

Sandy Run Mrs. H. M. McLawhorn, P. O. Box 66, Roxobel 27872 

Seaboard Mrs. Neal Vaughan, P. O. Box 81, Margarettsville 27853 

Severn Garland D. Barnes, P. O. Box 35, Severn 27877 

Siloam Joe Leggett, Rt. 4 Box 755, Windsor 27983 

St. John's Mrs. Kay Edwards, Rt. 1, Aulander 27805 

Union Mrs. C. J. Liverman, Rt. 1 Box 249, Ahoskie 27910 

Wakelon Mrs. Agnes Belch, Rt. 1 Box 65, Colerain 27924 

Winton Mrs. Gloria J. Thum, P. O. Box 462, Winton 27986 

Woodland J. G. Outland, Jr., P. O. Box 445, Woodland 27897 



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For your further information 
and reference 
The West Chowan Baptist Association 

Annual Minute Book 
is concluded with the following tables. 



Table A - Church Membership 

Table B - Sunday School 

Table D - Music Ministry 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union 

Table F - Brotherhood 

Table G - Total Receipts, Expenditures, Stewardship 
Table H - Mission Expenditures 
Table I - Special Information 
Table C - Church Training 



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West Chowan 

North Carolina 

Assoc. SS Director: Shelby 
Stephens, Box 126, Colerain, 
NC 27924 

Year Ending 9/30/85 


CHURCHES 


AHOSKIE, FIRST 
ASHLEY'S GROVE 
ASKEWVILLE 
AULANDER 
BETHANY 
BETHEL 
BETHLEHEM 
BRANTLEY'S GROVE 


BUCKHORN 

CAPEHARTS 

CASHIE 

CENTER GROVE 
CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
COLERAIN 
CONNARITSA 
CONWAY 


CREECH MEMORIAL 

CREEKSVILLE 

EARLYS 

EDGEWOOD 

ELAM 

ELM GROVE 
GALATIA 
GREEN'S CROSS 


HARRELLSVILLE 
HEBRON 



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TABLE D MUSIC MINISTRY 

West Chowan 
North Carolina 

Assoc. Music Director: Miss 
Anna Belle Crouch, 411 Union 
St., Murfreesboro, NC 27855 

Year Ending 9/30/85 


CHURCHES 


AHOSKIE, FIRST 

ASHLEY'S GROVE 

ASKEWVILLE 

AULANDER 

BETHANY 

BETHEL 

BRANTLEY'S GROVE 


CAPEHARTS 
CASHIE 

CENTER GROVE 
CHRISTIAN HARBOR 
COLERAIN 
CONNARITSA 
CONWAY 

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ELM GROVE 
GALATIA 
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KELFORD 
LASKER 
LAWRENCE 
LEWISTON, FIRST 
MARGARETTSVILLE 
MARS HILL 
MEHERRIN 


MENOLA 
MERRY HILL 
MOUNT TABOR 
MURFREESBORO 
OAK GROVE 
PLEASANT GROVE 
POTECASI 
POWELLSVILLE 


REPUBLICAN 
RICH SQUARE 
RIVERSIDE 
ROBERT'S CHAPEL 
ROSS 

SANDY RUN 
SEABOARD 
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SI LOAM 

ST. JOHN'S 

UNION 

WAKELON 

WINTON 

WOODLAND 

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EXPENDITURES 

West Chowan 

North Carolina 

Assoc. Clerk: Mrs. Henry 
Powell, Box 215, Ahoskie, NC 
27910 

Year Ending 9/30/85 


CHURCHES 


AHOSKIE, FIRST 
ASHLEY'S GROVE 
ASKEWVILLE 
AULANDER 
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BETHLEHEM 
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BUCKHORN 

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HARRELLSVILLE 
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